The cleanup and recovery from last weekend's incredible storm continue in South Jersey, where 60,000 people remained without power this afternoon in Cumberland and Atlantic Counties, according to Atlantic City Electric.
Meanwhile, the state also announced today that Parvin State Park, in Salem County, the site of the horrific accident that killed a 2- and 7-year-old, would remain closed indefinitely.
Hundreds of trees were ripped down in the park, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection, damaging buildings, vehicles and campsites. The park is still without power.
Not surprisingly, the derecho -- essesntially a fast-moving super gust front -- has been the source of intense discussion in the meteorological community.