Tens of Thousands Still in the Dark From Powerful Winter Storm's Winds

Tens of thousands are in the dark more than 48 hours after a major storm packing heavy wind and snow battered the Philadelphia region.

Strong gusting winds from a monster coastal storm knocked out power by Friday night to more than half a million customers in southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

By Monday night, the number of customers without power was around 30,000.

The damage in some areas from fallen trees taking down power lines and damaging transformers is so severe that it could be four days before power is restored to all homes and businesses.

PECO customers living in Montgomery and Chester counties said the energy company told them not to expect power to be restored until at least Sunday. Several customers were told they may not have electricity until late Monday.

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Here's a breakdown of power outages across the area as of 6:45 a.m. Monday. 



About 27,386 customers are without power.


Power has been restored to most of South Jersey.

PPL Power:

2,246 remain without power

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The lights went out in this diner in Wind Gap, Pennsylvania on March 2, 2018. See Larger

Atlantic City Electric:

81 remain without power.

Delmarva Power:

318 without power

Remember to contact your power company if you lose electricity: PECO | PSE&G | PPL PowerAtlantic City ElectricDelmarva Power

High winds and a falling tree brought down power lines onto the lawn of a home in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
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