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Tornado clouds When the wall of thunderstorms passed out to sea, it triggered a ‘meteotsunami,’ as the ocean in front of Atlantic City dropped 1.5 feet only to rise 6 feet within 30 minutes. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) – Manhattan may be drizzly and cool Wednesday, but it was a different story Tuesday when thunderstorms ripped across the Northeast killing at least three, stranding thousands of commuters in Grand Central Station and even touching off a “meteotsunami” along the New Jersey coast, the National Weather Service said.

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