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TODAY   |  June 14, 2013

Eastern storms damage homes, knock out power

Northeast and mid-Atlantic states were battered overnight by 70 mph winds that tore down trees and caused 100,000 people to lose power in Virginia as areas of North Carolina and Ohio were pelted with hail.

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>> thunderstorms pushed into the northeast and mid-atlantic states. take a look at some of the damage. this is over 100,000 people losing power in virginia with winds of up to 70 miles per hour. you're looking at trees down in virginia. then in concord north carolina more problems. trees down, power lines , a lot of hail reported and in ohio they had hail as well. heavy rain and big problems. here's what's left of the storm system out into new england. the good news is that's getting out of here. as we move out west for our friends dealing with these forest fires we're not going to get relief. hit or miss thunderstorms with 91 degrees may cause even more wild fires out there. saturday and sunday temperatures in the mid 80s with breezy winds out of the south changing