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Sept. 19, 2003: Cars maneuver around downed power lines after Hurricane Isabel passed through September 19, 2003 in Poquoson, Virginia. Clean up continues in the region after Hurricane Isabel left millions along the Atlantic coast without power and at least 15 people dead. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
It was ten years ago today that this region and much of the southeast was devastated by Hurricane Isabel. Since then there have been a lot of changes, particularly with the electric grid.
Ten years after Hurricane Isabel, what has changed?
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