Nor'easter knocks out power for more than 315,000 across the Northeast

より多い 315,000 customers were without power across the Northeast midday Tuesday, primarily in upstate New York, as an April nor’easter brought heavy snow and gusty winds to the region.

Parts of western New York and Pennsylvania were hit with over a foot of snow, による preliminary snowfall totals, 含む 18 inches in the town of Virgil, ニューヨーク.
High winds also battered coastal areas, highlighted by 67 mph gusts in Tuckerton, ニュージャージー, そして 66 mph gusts in Cape May, ニュージャージー. New York City’s JFK Airport recorded a gust of 47 mph overnight, while wind peaks ranged from 46 mph to 69 mph across parts of Suffolk County on Long Island, による National Weather Service.
    Those without power include about 195,000 customers in New York, 約 45,000 in Pennsylvania and about 20,000 each in Vermont and Maine, による website PowerOutage.US.

      周り 500,000 people are still under winter weather alerts Tuesday in the interior Northeast from northeast Pennsylvania into upstate New York. 別の 2 に 3 inches of snow is possible over central-upstate New York on Tuesday night.
        Wind alerts along the coast have ended as the strongest winds have subsided, but the area will remain breezy on Tuesday. Wind advisories in northern Pennsylvania and western and central New York will continue into Tuesday night, as winds could gust to 40 mph.
        A nor’easter is a term for a storm on the US East Coast in which powerful winds come from the northeast. This current storm’s late-season arrival in mid-April is rare though not unheard of, experts said.

            While the storms often impact coastal areas, this week’s nor’easter tracked much farther to the west, meaning precipitation in coastal cities arrived as rain while inland locations received heavy, wet snow. Wind advisories were in effect for much of the Northeast and New England coastline, as well as a portion of the northern Appalachians.
            Before arriving to the Northeast, the storm dropped heavy rain across the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic coast.




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