Hundreds of customers are without power and motorists are facing messy roads as Tropical Storm Andrea approaches the mid-Atlantic region.
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As rain changes over to wet, wind-driven snow Wednesday, utility companies throughout the D.C. metro region are dealing with power outages.
Heavy rains and strong winds caused power outages throughout the D.C. metro area Tuesday night.
Electricity service has been restored for nearly everyone who lost power in Delaware, the District of Columbia and northern Virginia. But thousands of outages still remain in Maryland.
Crews are still working to restore power to thousands in Maryland, Delaware, Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia after winds from superstorm Sandy downed trees and power lines.
Roughly 400,000 people are without power in the Washington area in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Thousands in Virginia are without power as former Hurricane Sandy moves away from the state.
Residents of the D.C. Metropolitan area should be hoping they don’t experience any major power outages in the next few days, with Dominion power short over one hundred employees.
Power outages had utility company employees working overtime this weekend after heavy rains wiped out electricity for many Maryland residents.