Last night's storm knocked out power for residents in the Tri-State area, with nearly 5,000 outages on Long Island and around 18,000 in NJ. But wind gusts of up to 45 MPH (let's hope no more trees get knocked down and eliminate cable service!) will continue through this morning. Weather-wise, it'll be in 60s today—WCBS 2's John Elliott proclaims, "The source and direction of the storm left us with rain and not snow,. The gusty south winds that brought in the heavy rain this morning will leave us with a day that feels more like early October than early December."