More Rain Possible after Violent Northeast Storms

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Meteorologists predict a chance for more rain in the Northeast, following a night of violent storms.

Deadly storms rolled through Thursday night with large hail and damaging winds. More than 100,000 utility customers lost power.

Some of those power outages were in Connecticut, where the governor partially activated the state's emergency operations center.

Strong also winds hit central Pennsylvania. One woman was killed when the powerful winds knocked down a tree.

The weather also pounded portions of New York. A 61-year-old man was killed in New York City after being struck by collapsing scaffolding outside a Brooklyn church. Police say lightening caused bricks to fall down onto the scaffolding.

The storms also temporarily shut down the annual Ohio State Fair in Columbus. Cincinnati was also hit hard by hail.

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