Update, 4 p.m. Tuesday
An estimated 4,454 customers in Cortlandt and 2,460 customers in Croton were without power at 4 p.m. Tuesday, according to Con Edison reports.
CORTLANDT, N.Y. – Hurricane Sandy knocked out power for more than 4,000 customers in Cortlandt, and 2,440 in Croton as of Tuesday morning, according to Con Edison.
An estimated 4,123 out of 12,295 Con Ed customers in Cortlandt were without power 9 a.m. Tuesday. It’s unclear when customers can expect power to return.
More than 170,000 customers across Westchester County are still without Tuesday due to Hurricane Sandy, Con Edison representatives said.
“This is the largest storm-related outage in our history,” said Con Edison Senior Vice President for Electric Operations John Miksad in a press release.
The National Weather Service has downgraded Sandy to a post-tropical cyclone, but the storm is still producing sustained winds up to 65 mph according to the NWS 5 a.m. update. A wind advisory is still in effect for Westchester County until 6 p.m. Tuesday. Weather officials said the brunt of the storm hit the area Monday night, but additional power outages could occur throughout Tuesday.
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CORTLANDT, N.Y. – Con Edison is reporting more than 500 customers in Cortlandt are without power Monday afternoon, and 42 in the Village of Croton, as of 4 p.m.
Con Edison estimates that service will be restored to these areas by 9 p.m. on Monday. The outages are concentrated in Mohegan Lake, near Gallows Hill Road and near Annsville Circle.
More than 19,000 people in Westchester County are without power, of the nearly 350,000 customers Con Edison serves.
The most serious nearby outages are concentrated in Ossining, where 3,095 of Con Edison's 8,980 customers there are without power. There is no estimate for when power will be restored in those areas.
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