NYC Blackout Sunday Night Affects 50k as Hopes Rise for the Heat Wave to Subside
A week and a day after the metropolis endured a blackout affecting hundreds of thousands due to a transformer fire, another power outage has affected up to fifty thousand throughout Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx
Those affected lost power at around 6pm, with the heat level still at over one hundred degrees, and the cause was said to be “strain” and equipment failure.
All of this, after a weekend of record high temperatures across the eastern US and Midwest. The blistering barrage was felt as far west as Texas and north to Canada and even Alaska. The Great Lakes region and as far as Colorado and Kansas have been affected
Fortunately, with rain in the forecast by tomorrow the record highs are expected to subside, for now.
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