(NECN/WBAL) - Severe storms blew through parts of the East Coast overnight, blowing roofs off buildings and homes and leaving more than 80,000 people without electricity.
The fast-moving storms hit the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast.
Seven planes and a hangar were damaged at Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey.
Officials blame a lightning strike for a gas line for at a substation across from an elementary school in Dallastown, Penn.
In this video, you will see storm damage in Baltimore, Maryland.