The powerful storm system Irene has weakened to a tropical storm, but authorities warn that its 65-mph winds are still very dangerous.
In other developments:
-- New York City's Hudson and East Rivers overflowed
-- River water began flooding into Manhattan's streets
-- 3 million people are without electricity and FEMA officials say it could be days before power is restored
-- Parts of outer Philadelphia were flooded as high as street-sign levels
-- At least 11 have died in five states due to the storm
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