Over 9,500 homes and businesses without power across Hudson Valley

Tuesday night's storms ripped across the region knocking down trees and power lines throughout the area.

News 12 Staff

Jul 7, 2021, 10:28 AM

Updated 1,083 days ago

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Over 9,500 homes and businesses are without power across Hudson Valley this morning.
Tuesday night's storms ripped across the region knocking down trees and power lines throughout the area.
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Hard hit areas in Westchester included the northwest section of Yonkers, Scarsdale, Rye, Briarcliff Manor, Mount Vernon and New Rochelle. Many of these areas may not see power restored until later this afternoon.
In Rockland County, Pearl River is just one of the communities that got slammed.
And in Dutchess County, 10% of Central Hudson's customers were in the dark after more than 200 different locations were damaged.
News 12 meteorologists say it is going to be extremely hot again today so it's going to be rough without air conditioning.
All the power companies say their crews have been working throughout the night and continue to try and get those power lines fixed.
Customers without power:
Con Ed:
Westchester: 96
Orange & Rockland:
Rockland: 54
Orange: 81
Sullivan: 3
NYSEG:
Dutchess: 412
Orange: 1  
Putnam:  5  
Sullivan: 1,752
Westchester: 6 
Central Hudson:
Dutchess: 6,918
Orange: 38
Putnam: 0
Ulster: 327
By County:
Westchester: 102
Rockland: 54
Orange: 120
Dutchess: 7,330
Putnam: 5
Ulster: 327
Sullivan: 1,755 
Total:   9,693


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