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1998 Eastern Tornado Outbreak of June 2, 1998 was one of the most
significant tornado outbreaks in recent history over the
east-central United States. This severe weather event spawned a
total of 50 tornadoes from New York to South Carolina and caused an
estimated $42 million in damage, 80 injuries and 2 fatalities. For
portions of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, it was the
second historic severe weather outbreak in three days, as it
immediately followed the Late-May 1998 Tornado Outbreak and Derecho
on May 30-31, 1998, which spawned 41 tornadoes over NY, NJ, PA and
Vermont, caused an estimated $83 million in damage, 109 injuries
and 1 fatality.
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