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17 May 2018, 12:51 | Marta Robbins
Tuesday's weather outlook for Cleveland
Residents in the Northeast cleaned up Wednesday, a day after powerful storms pounded the region with torrential rain and marble-sized hail, leaving at least four people dead and more than 200,000 homes and businesses without power. She and her mother were sitting inside an SUV in Newburgh, New York when a tree came crashing down on top of them.
A man who had been mowing his lawn and sought refuge in his truck was killed when a tree fell on the vehicle in Danbury, Connecticut, said Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, according to the Hartford Courant newspaper.
Also in CT, a teenager was seriously injured on a baseball field in Danbury when the roof of a dugout was ripped off by the wind and struck the boy.
As rain pounded the Northeast Tuesday night, wind gusts in the region approached 60 miles per hour, including in New York City.
The Brookfield Police Department said on its Facebook page that First Selectman Steve Dunn had "declared a town disaster".
The thunderstorms brought dangerously high winds, hail, lightning and flash flooding to parts of the northeast region early yesterday evening, downing trees and knocking out power-an estimated 100,000 CT residents lost power due to the storm. "Please be aware that there are hundreds of downed trees, utility poles and electrical lines".
Airlines canceled and delayed flights in and out of the region.
In New York City on Tuesday evening, thousands of commuters were stranded in Grand Central Terminal after rail lines were temporarily suspended due to downed trees on the tracks. Concourses were packed with passengers waiting for service to resume. The line will reopen on Thursday, officials told news outlets.
Residents in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic are cleaning up after a line of severe storms hit the regions on Tuesday afternoon.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the powerful storms that swept through CT caused extensive damage, and power won't likely be restored to some locations for days.
More rain is expected over the next few days, with potential flooding through Saturday.
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