Nor'easter BOMBOGENESIS: Half a million are without electricity across New England as storm packing 90mph wind uproots trees and knocks down power lines while forcing 50 flight cancellations and 100 school closures | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Nor'easter BOMBOGENESIS: Half a million are without electricity across New England as storm packing 90mph wind uproots trees and knocks down power lines while forcing 50 flight cancellations and 100 school closures

Some half a million New Englanders were without electricity on Thursday morning after a nor’easter with wind speeds of 90mph knocked down power lines, uprooted trees, brought heavy rain, and forced school closures.

At least one person suffered non-life-threatening injuries when a tree fell onto his house in northeastern Massachusetts.

Boston reported maximum wind gusts of 70mph while Provincetown on Cape Cod got hit with blistering 90mph winds overnight.

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