PECO continues to cut the number of power outages that resulted from the storm that passed through Montgomery County on Wednesday afternoon. On Wednesday evening the number of outages in the county totaled almost 47,000. By Thursday morning that number was reduced to 14,687 and as of now (Thursday at 4:30 p.m.), the number of outages is at 7,001.
Locally, the numbers are as follows:
Currently 242, down from 897 this morning (down from 13,671 the evening before)
Currently 336, down from 3,504 this morning (down from 8,565 the evening before)
Currently 46, down from 122 this morning (down from 2,113 the evening before)
Currently zero, down from 22 this morning (down from 229 the evening before)
Currently 2,224, down from 3,382 this morning (down from 5,438 the evening prior)
The PECO outage map currently shows a mix of outages being restored by 11:00 p.m. on July 22nd, outages listed as “pending assessment,” and some with restoration dates on July 23rd. To view the map to check a specific outage click here.