Photos of the Halloween storm aftermath

In the northern Adirondacks, the Ausable River Association called the Halloween storm the first major flooding event since August 2011, when Tropical Storm Irene rocked the North Country. In the southern Adirondacks, officials said the Halloween storm hit them even harder than Irene. Above are photos of the aftermath of flooding and wind damage. Follow the links below to read articles about the specific impacts to places such as Keene Valley and Wells.

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