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While the storm that tore up the East Coast has brought misery to tens of millions.
A thousand mile stretch of the United States think of that.
A thousand mile stretch feeling the effects of a rare hybrid weather system that slammed the region with a ninety mile an hour winds.
Heavy rain and they record breaking storm surge crushed the records in the tristate area.
Coastal communities are flooded up and down the eastern seaboard for hundreds of miles.
The new Jersey Shore among the hardest hit where the governor of New Jersey Chris Christie.
Said that the damage there is absolutely unthinkable and the pictures from above our mind boggling.
Even as the storm moved north it did not spare Maryland Delaware DC or Northern Virginia not as bad certainly is -- Jersey Shore but they got it.
Hundreds of thousands lost power there roads and bridges are closed their shorelines are battered there.
The storm then slammed into the big city and surrounding areas a record surge of seawater.
Coming into the lower part of Manhattan flooding the subways flooding the tunnels flooding the roads.
Everything below forty not -- below 34 street in New York City is without power.
That there of the bridges are back open the subways accord the may or may not be open for four or five days.
The trains that go to New Jersey nobody even knows they were flooded up to the ceiling in some cases.
The trains that lead to Long Island no clue that city is paralyzed.
To the north and east in Connecticut the storm uprooted trees and damaged homes millions.
Of trees are down.
Some homes washed right off their foundation that also caused damage and power outages in Pennsylvania.
In Massachusetts in New Hampshire and in Vermont in ball more than eight million people.
From the coast of Maine into the Carolinas have no electricity today eight million.
Experts are calling Sandia once in a lifetime stormed a disaster that's killed nearly forty people at last count.
And could end up costing more than twenty billion dollars.
But it is not over.
Blizzard warnings are in effect right now for more than a dozen West Virginia counties after the storm dumped a foot of snow in some parts so fast.
The locals couldn't believe it.
And now the system is moving further and -- officials in Chicago or warning people to stay away from Lake Michigan.
Because of highways.
That could top on Lake Michigan.
And we're tracking the storm in the fox weather center right now.
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