Over 56,000 Without Power as Henri Drenches Northeast
Over 56,000 people are without power as Tropical Storm Henri continues to drench the Northeast. Utility crews are working hard to restore power to the region. At its peak, over 100,000 people were without power.
Henri was downgraded from a Hurricane to a Tropical Storm when it made landfall on the coast of Rhode Island Sunday morning.
Despite the downgrade, over 49 million people are still under a flash flood warning, especially along the coasts.
State officials warn residents to remain vigilant as heavy rainfall may continue all the way through Thursday.
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