As the the mercury soared Sunday, customers in states lashed by storms Friday night remained without power - and may have to suffer through the heat for severl more days. In Virginia, Gov. Bob McDonnell called the damage from the storm “a very dangerous situation,” as power company officials said it may take up to a week to restore service in some areas. Thirteen people were killed by the storm that left 3 million people without power. Communities around Washington, D.C., and in West Virginia were among the hardest hit, and states of emergency were declared in Maryland, Virginia, and the nation’s capital Saturday night.
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