POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (CBSNewYork) — More than 100,000 customers are still without power in parts of the Hudson Valley following Saturday’s snow storm. That number is down from about 170,000 earlier in the day.
As of 10 p.m. Orange & Rockland Utilities was reporting more than 40,000 customers in the dark, with the largest outages in Rockland and Bergen counties. They’re expected to have power restored by Saturday.READ MORE: New Jersey Under State Of Emergency As Nor'easter Threatens Flood Prone Areas
1010 WINS’ Carol D’Auria reports
Con Edison had just under 20,000 outages in Westchester Tuesday night and said power should be restored there no later than Wednesday afternoon.
One neighborhood in Yonkers has been without power since Saturday. Evelyn Laboy and her family are toughing it out in their cold, dark home.READ MORE: Heavy Rain Has Queens Residents Worried About Ida Repeat: 'I'm Scared To Death'
Instead of electric light and heat, they’re getting by with battery-powered lamps and blankets.
“At night, we just put all kind of quilts and everything and put on some type of jacket,” said Laboy. “The temperature this morning was 40 degrees.”
Some utility officials say customers further upstate may not get their electricity back on until the weekend.
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Westchester County has set up a number of shelters and warming centers. To see a full list, click here.MORE NEWS: MTA Says It's Prepared To Deal With Subway Flooding, Commuters Encouraged To Use Mass Transit
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