D.C. snow storm: Power outages in the Washington D.C. area
Crews are working hard to restore power throughout the Washington area after Wednesday's snow storm.
Here are the latest power outage numbers as of 2:35 p.m. Thursday. You can click on the name of your power provider to get a detailed map of outages.
The numbers encompass the entire D.C. area and stretch north to Baltimore, south to the Stafford County area and west into the Blue Ridge and Shenandoah Valley.
|BGE||No storm outages|
|Pepco||No storm outages|
|Dominion||2,374 (NOVA) | 32,159 (Shenandoah Valley)|
|SMECO||No storm outages|
|Potomac Edison||No storm outages|
Some more specific information about exactly where the power is out:
|BGE||No major outages.|
|Pepco||No major outages.|
|Dominion||About 1,600 customers in Fauquier County remain in the dark.|
|SMECO||No major outages.|
|NOVEC||No major outages|
|Potomac Edison||No major outages.|
|Rappahannock||Culpeper, Spotsylvania, Louisa and Madison counties still have thousands of customers without power.|
If your power goes out, you can report the outage to your power company by calling these numbers:
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