Storms Batter the New York Area

Intense Wind and Rain Blast the New York Region – NYTimes.com

A combination of driving winds and intense rains left hundreds of thousands without power and created serious obstacles to traveling distances both short and long around the New York metropolitan area on Saturday. Earlier in the day, gusts of more than 60 miles per hour reportedly contributed to two deaths, fanned a severe fire that destroyed historic homes on the Jersey Shore and knocked buildings to the ground.

All around the New York area we’ve been hit by storms of near-Biblical proportions, leaving homes without electricity and, it’s believed, two dead as a result of a falling tree.
Good wishes to all our readers; let’s hope that the next few days brings us some calm.

Alex

Alex

Alex Guzman joins Gowanus Lounge as an enthusiastic sportsman. He can write on almost any activity if it involves movement, from dance to basketball; from golf to hockey. Born with a love of sports that knows no bounds, Alex is an enthusiastic contributor on the world of Brooklyn sports. Alex can be reached at alex(at)gowanuslounge.com.