New Yorkers on Thursday cleaned up the debris from Wednesday’s wild storm, which downed trees, flooded streets and caused thousands of power outages across the city and Westchester. Con Edison reported that 14,300 customers lost electricity from extreme heat and downed power lines, but most had been restored by morning. Above: A tree at 70 Clark St. in Brooklyn Heights splintered during the storm. A resident said that no one had been injured.
July 24, 2014 | Broken clouds, 75 °F