EDISON - Severe weather rolled across the Garden State yesterday bringing heavy rains, high winds and dangerous lightning strikes.
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Utility crews are making progress restoring electricity to parts that were hard hit by the powerful thunderstorms. Wind gusts of up to 60 mph downed trees and power lines.
NJ Transit says its trains are now operating on or close to schedule.
A tornado warning was briefly issued for parts of Ocean and Monmouth counties.
Investigators from the National Weather Service are still working to determine if a tornado formed over New Jersey yesterday. A report is expected to be released this afternoon.
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