Univision 41 News Brief: Los estragos de la tormenta Isaías continuan afectando a miles de personas en nuestra área

Los estragos de la tormenta Isaías continuan afectando a miles de personas en nuestra área.

News 12 Staff

Aug 6, 2020, 1:18 PM

Updated 1,356 days ago

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Los estragos de la tormenta Isaías continuan afectando a miles de personas en nuestra área.
La ciudad de Nueva York implementará puntos de control de registro de viajeros para garantizar el cumplimiento de la cuarentena obligarotoria del estado.
Condiciones cálidas, nubosidad y posibles aguaceros dispersos para la tarde del jueves.
 


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