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Severe Weather Causes Damage Across New England

Earlier on Tuesday, a Tornado Warning was issued for part of Essex County, Massachusetts, but it was canceled as the storm moved offshore

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    Tuesday's tornado warnings and watches across New England have expired, but the storms left thousands without power and cleaning up from the damage. (Published Wednesday, June 24, 2015)

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    Tuesday's tornado warnings and watches across New England have expired, but the storms left thousands without power and cleaning up from the damage.

    Weather Forecast: Severe Weather This AfternoonWeather Forecast: Severe Weather This AfternoonToday: Mostly cloudy, scattered t’storms later, highs in the 80s. Tonight: Clearing skies, lows in the 60s. Wednesday: Sunny and warm, highs in the lower 80s. (Published Tuesday, June 23, 2015)

    On Tuesday afternoon, about 50,000 power outages were reported from thunderstorms in Connecticut. North Haven police said they believe a microburst or small tornado damaged several homes on the town's west side and downed trees and power lines. No injuries were reported.

    A microburst was reported by the National Weather Service in Freeport, Maine. The event caused more than 2,500 power outages.

    Earlier on Tuesday, a Tornado Warning was issued for part of Essex County, Massachusetts, but it was canceled as the storm moved offshore. Several residents reported seeing massive storm clouds in the area.

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    The National Weather Service is set to survey the damage Wednesday morning, particularly near the Massachusetts and Rhode Island border. A lot of damage was reported in Wrentham, Massachusetts, where a 100 foot tall pine tree fell and crushed a woman's car.

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