Dangerous winds cause power outages in Northeast as arctic blast moves in

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the frigid air in the region.
0:46 | 03/02/21

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Transcript for Dangerous winds cause power outages in Northeast as arctic blast moves in
And Georgia I know all of you heard that win last night more than a 150000. Customers are without power in the northeast that's after winds from Long Island -- Worcester Massachusetts. Peeked over sixty miles per hour even close to Boston 48 at Logan. You can seats in scaffolding was taken down there in Boston trees into cars trees. Down ever had a lot of spots because of all of this wind so that's still be happening this morning. The winds have relaxed only a little that you could still see gusts upwards of fifty plus. And wit Pitt has come this push of Arctic air so the feels like almost thirty below its Serna late 34 below Lincoln look at Augusta Maine. The only 23 below this morning single digits when you step up the door there in Times Square this will warm up by tomorrow.

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