TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Utility crews in New Jersey
remain busy after severe thunderstorms broke the summer's latest heat wave.
Heavy rains, strong winds and hail ripped across the state Wednesday, downing
trees and power lines.
Jersey Central Power and Light says little more than 3,000 homes and
businesses remain without electricity. Most are in Warren County.
PSE&G and Atlantic City Electric have restored service to most customers
who lost power during the storms.
The heat wave saw record temperatures in Newark and Atlantic City. Trenton
tied its record of 100 degrees.