National Weather Service to survey Brooklyn storm damage

BROOKLYN - ? Meteorologists from the National Weather Service will arrive in Brooklyn this morning to look for signs of tornado destruction.

Brooklyn was rocked by strong winds and heavy rains from a powerful storm yesterday.

Officials say some of the worst damage was reported in Park Slope and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Con Edison is reporting there are 1,429 customers without power and restoration time is 8 p.m. The National Weather Service had briefly issued a tornado warning for the borough after 5 p.m.

Alternate side parking is suspended today.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says all bus lines will experience delays during the morning commute.

Cleanup underway from storm damage in Brooklyn Severe storm hampers morning, school commute Severe storm brings Park Slope residents together Roof collapses at BK prep school Park Slope church damaged during storm

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