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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The storm front that swept through the region last night temporarily left some 10,000 PECO customers without power, mostly in Chester County, but most have been restored. There were also scattered outages reported in Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware Counties and parts of Philadelphia.

At the height of the storm, PSE&G reported just over 10,000 outages across their coverage area in South Jersey and Atlantic Electric reported 2,100 outages.

There was flooding reported on Route 38 at Route 41 in Maple Shade, NJ.

Pennsylvania state police reported some ponding and light flooding in low-lying, poor drainage areas and urge drivers to exercise caution and taper speed.

Reported by Al Novack, KYW Newsradio 1060

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