I imagine there will be some NTSB reports coming out shortly after today’s hectic day of flying in the northeast. I was flying back from Aruba in the Mustang and as I closed in on the Washington / New York / Philly Bravos - the chatter on severe turbulence, severe icing, diverted flights, wind shear, insane winds, etc all came over the radios. There were several airliners a 737 and an Airbus alone talking to Washington center reporting severe turbulence with a shaken-up crew. The pireps had a Gulfstream IV near KABE that encountered severe turbulence that resulted in the failure of navigation and weather equipment. I only encountered moderate turbulence, icing and insane winds, but it was clear the skies over the north east were not favorable for flying.
After landing in ABE in what were pretty intense winds - parts of the airport lost electricity (no serious systems seemed to go down, just some hangers and FBO’s), and the awning at the FBO blew off.