Severe Weather After Isaac
It may be gone, but parts of the country are still feeling the remnants of Hurricane Isaac.
The national weather service says it was the first confirmed tornado in the state in more than a year.
In addition to the twister, up to nine inches of rain soaked Ocean County, New Jersey.
And in upstate New York, three inches of rain in two hours caused flooding that left cars stranded.
Back in the gulf coast where Isaac first hit, residents are continuing their clean up.
In Louisiana, where Isaac made landfall, at least 13,000 homes were damaged.
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