Power outages frustrated customers into Thursday morning after snow, wind and sleet slammed into the region.
Outages hit hardest in New Jersey.
Being in the dark during frigid winter months can endanger lives. Being prepared and knowing what to do before, during and after a power outage can help you and your family stay safe and comfortable.
From stocking your emergency preparedness kit to avoiding carbon monoxide poisoning from portable generators, below are safety tips from Ready.gov and the American Red Cross to help you prepare. See our complete list of tips here.
If you’re one of the customers experiencing power outages, you can Plug In and Power Up thanks to Comcast. Free power stations are available throughout the region for anyone who needs to charge phones, tablets and other electronics. Click here to see a complete list of participating locations.
NBC10 will keep track of outages throughout the day. See the numbers below for the most up-to-date information as of 1:45 p.m.
TOTAL: About 52,000
Atlantic City ELECTRIC: 50,115
Atlantic County - 8,383
Burlington County - 4,679
Camden County - 1,953
Cape May County - 343
Cumberland County - 13,179
Gloucester County - 11,340
Ocean County - 3,200
Salem County - 7,038
PECO: 377 (most in Delaware County and Philadelphia)
PPL: 206 (most in Lancaster County)
PSE&G: Minimal in South Jersey
Delmarva: 886 (including Maryland)
New Castle County - 670