PRINCETON, N.J. (CBS 2) — Parts of the tri-state area were still cleaning up after Monday night’s wild weather.
Fast-moving storms toppled huge trees in Princeton, causing extensive damage. One tree crashed on top of a white car and also brought down several power lines.
More than 2,600 residents were left without electricity.
The wild weather also brought down trees in Poughkeepsie, damaging homes and sending debris onto the driveways and roads.
Nearly 4,500 customers lost power in Dutchess County.