Fierce storms in Northeast, yes, but probably not a derecho

LA Times: The Northeast, and New York in particular, had to deal with some fierce storms this week, but the event most likely wasn't a true derecho, officials said Friday. Though the storms carried strong winds that brought down power lines and led to the deaths of at least two people, meteorologists were reluctant to characterize them as a derecho, a series of wind storms over a large area. "There is no official proclamation,' Joey Picca , a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said in a......

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