The powerful storm that swept through the Capital Region yesterday afternoon came fast and furious catching many of us by surprise. Trees were uprooted, power lines came down and sadly, at least two lives were lost yesterday afternoon as a result. This morning, as many people in the Capital Region wake and start the day, they're doing so without power. It's estimated that at least 140,000 peopl
Driving from the Capital Region to Vermont the other night, I got a chance to see some of the damage done by the recent storms.
In a recent post by WNYT, updating the public on power outages and work being done by National Grid, they noted that nearly 300,000 customers had been impacted by the storms...
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Summer has come to Albany with a bang. Just after memorial Day kicked off the beginning of the season we get severe thunder storms bringing tornado watches and golf ball size hail. Now many are without power.