High winds and heavy rain claimed the life of a priest in Northern New York. Flooded roads left hundreds of thousands without power. As of Saturday morning, more than 241,000 buildings and homes in New York were without electricity. Nearly 60 roads were closed.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo declared states of emergency for 12 New York counties. Cleanup efforts are underway to help prevent mold and other damage to homes. To read the entire story written by By Mariel Padilla, and published in the New York Times, click here.