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Camden County largely unscathed from nor’easter

A powerful storm that brought heavy rains and high winds to the mid-Atlantic states has caused widespread coastal flooding. 

Further inland the effect of the nor’easter is mainly keeping people inside. With gusty cold winds and light rain coming down on Saturday going outside didn’t make for a pleasant outing.

But like any powerful storm it has caused some sporadic power outages, downed trees and big puddles around the Philadelphia region. 

We sent photographer Natavan Werbock out to look around Camden County in New Jersey to see how things looked.  She did find a few downed trees, a power line pole snapped in half and lots of puddles around Cooper River Park.

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