More than 30,000 lose power across NJ, NY amid severe storms

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NEW YORK — More than 30,000 customers across New York and New Jersey lost power Thursday as rain poured, hail fell and thunder rumbled across the region.

As of 9:30 p.m., Con Edison reported 135 customers without power; JCP&L reported 10,419 customers without power; PSEG LI reported 1,527 customers without power (reduced from 1,914 moments earlier), PSE&G in NJ reported 2,083 customers without power and Orange and Rockland reported 245 customers without power.

As of 7:50 p.m., Con Edison reported 189 customers without power; JCP&L reported 18,783 customers without power; PSEG LI reported 3,558 customers without power, PSE&G in NJ reported 11,927 customers without power and Orange and Rockland reported 102 customers without power.

As of 6:20 p.m., Con Edison reported 506 customers without power; JCP&L reported 11,012 customers without power; PSEG LI reported 4,179 customers without power, PSE&G in NJ reported 13,419 customers without power and Orange and Rockland reported 554 customers without power.

As of 5:15 p.m., Con Edison reported 557 customers without power; JCP&L reported 9,782 customers without power; PSEG LI reported 298 customers without power, PSE&G in NJ reported 11,125 customers without power and Orange and Rockland reported 705 customers without power.

Severe thunderstorm and flash food warnings were issued across the region. A tropical storm warning was also issued for coastal New Jersey and Long Island.

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