A solar storm has hit New York, causing major power outages and widespread damage.
But a similar storm hit Southern California earlier this week, killing at least 20 people.
The California storm prompted Gov.
Gavin Newsom to issue a state of emergency, prompting some state lawmakers to push back against California Gov.
Jerry Brown’s request for a federal aid package to help protect the state.
The solar storm struck in the early afternoon, when the sun was just over the horizon, sending storms into the upper Midwest.
That’s when the storm started to dump solar radiation into the atmosphere, which could cause damage.
“We’re seeing more solar storms in the last 24 hours,” said David M. Bixby, director of the Solar Energy Industries Association, a nonprofit that advocates for the growth of solar power.
The latest storm was triggered by a storm in California that began at 7:50 p.m.
Pacific Time on Friday, and spread across the United States, causing widespread power outage and causing severe damage.
The storm brought some of the largest solar storms to the United State in recent years, according to solar experts.
The storms hit on a Tuesday night, and the sun rose by 5:50 a.m., with more than a dozen storms in California by the time it was over, according in the National Weather Service.
California’s storm was the second solar storm to hit the state in the past month.
A solar flare from a powerful sunspot in July killed 13 people in the northern part of the state, and a solar storm in August killed more than 1,000 people in Southern California.
The last solar storm occurred in September.
The National Weather System Office in the state of California said that the state’s storms had a “large effect” on the state and the country.
The Southern California Storm Center in Los Angeles recorded 10.6 inches of rain, which was the largest storm to have hit Southern Californians in a week.
The weather service says that the weather has been “very dangerous and extremely dangerous” for several weeks.
The New York City metropolitan area had one of the worst solar storms of the season, and thousands of customers lost power, according the Associated Press.
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