At least five people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed by falling trees from severe weather in the Northeast on Tuesday, and more rain is headed to the region today.
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As rain pounded the Northeast Tuesday night, wind gusts in the region approached 60 mph, including in New York City. In Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 81 mph winds were recorded.
Tennis ball-sized hail also slammed to the ground.
Look at the size of this hail! Wow! It shattered windows, dented cars in this Columbia County neighborhood. pic.twitter.com/Lvf97CyRVC
— Andrew Banas (@AndrewWTEN) May 15, 2018
As of this morning over 350,000 customers were without power in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
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More rain is headed for the Northeast today, with moisture this morning stretching from Florida into the mid-Atlantic.
The rain is expected to continue for several days, with potential flooding through Saturday.
Rainfall totals likely will be the highest in the mid-Atlantic, where more than 4 inches is possible in certain spots.