UPDATE: NStar Restores Power To Most of City
Electric company reporting Monday that less than 100 customers are still without power in Woburn.
Tuesday, 11:00 a.m.—Less than 100 Woburn homes are still without power this morning, after Saturday and Sunday's "Snowtober" storm.
According to NStar, power was to be restored to the entire city as of this morning.
Only 88 customers are still waiting, said the electric company Tuesday morning.
NStar is reporting that 28,000 customers statewide are without power. That number is down from approximately 100,000 customers on Sunday.
Monday, 1:45 p.m.—Slowly, more and more residents are getting their power back.
According to NStar, only 513 customers are still without power in Woburn as of this afternoon. Those customers are still expected to regain electricity by Tuesday morning.
Monday, 9 a.m.—While many customers' power has been restored, nearly 1,000 Woburnites are still without electricity this morning.
According to NStar, 886 Woburn customers are still waiting for power to be restored, which will likely not be tomorrow morning.
Over 2,000 homes did see power come back on last night, said the electric company.
Sunday, 9:10 p.m.—According to the NStar Twitter feed, "NSTAR crews are making progress."
The number of customers without power has been brought down to 74,000 in the state, according to the electric company.
"Work will continue around the clock until all are restored," said NStar on its Twitter page.
Earlier tonight, reader Elizabeth Black said she called the Woburn Police Department and was told that NStar hoped to restore power by midnight or Monday morning.
The NStar website is still reporting a Tuesday morning restoration time for the city of Woburn, as of 9:10 p.m.
Sunday, 8:15 p.m.—Over 3,500 homes are without power tonight, thanks to a "Snowtober" storm that hit Woburn Saturday.
NStar is reporting that 17.8 percent of its Woburn customers are without power and that electricity will likely not be restored until Tuesday morning.
According to NStar, crews were "assessing damage" in Woburn this afternoon, according to its website.
Almost 100,000 NStar customers across the state are without power after the Saturday night storm.
"Due to downed trees and the severe damage experienced on our system, we're anticipating our clean-up and power restoration work to be a multi-day effort," said NStar officials in a statement Sunday.
Customers can report an outage on the NStar site or call the company at at 800-592-2000.