Cold weather settles in for Eastern US

ABC News' Rob Marciano reports a dramatic temperature drop in East Coast.
1:18 | 11/02/19

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We start with a pair of breaking stories. In California the Maria fire. On the east coast a dramatic drop in temperatures. Rob is covering it all from Memphis Tennessee. Good morning to you, rob. Reporter: The cold air that powered the Santa Ana winds has made it all the way to the east coast. We have an update on the Halloween storm where we had severe weather around the Philadelphia area. A confirmed ef-2 tornado touching down south of Philadelphia. Little further to the east in New Jersey we had wind damage there. There was one location north of Philadelphia that had a wind gust to 110 miles an hour. The cold air is coming in. More than one pulse coming through. The growing season is over in New York down through the south. Temps feel like the 30s in Memphis. 20s Nashville. A second push of cold air in time for marathon Sunday. We'll update what's going on with the fire weather in a little bit. Back to you. Rob, thank you very much.

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