Hurricane Beryl’s remnants and rain churn toward Canada and US Northeast

The remnants of Hurricane Beryl dropped tornadoes and threatened flooding Wednesday as the system churned into Canada and the northeastern US after leaving millions in the Houston area without power.
Beryl, which landed in Texas on Monday as a Category 1 hurricane, was a post-tropical cyclone and centered over southeastern Michigan on Wednesday with maximum sustained winds of 30 miles per hour.
A threat of heavy rain and flooding stretched from the Great Lakes to New England and included southern Canada.
Thousands of customers lost power in New York, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
At least one tornado touched down Wednesday afternoon in upstate New York.
It damaged trees and property in communities south of Buffalo but no injury was reported.

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