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Thousands still without power in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut days after Tropical Storm Isaias

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Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through New Jersey with winds reaching close to 70 mph,
 
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News video: Thousands Remain In Dark In New Jersey 2 Days After Tropical Storm Isaias

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Officials said some may see power come back today and others will have to wait until the weekend or longer.

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