Thousands of residents in the mid-Atlantic region still remain without power more than a week after deadly summer storms struck the area.
Delmarva Power is warning residents that customers should prepare for unexpected power outages if severe weather strikes the area this weekend.
It’s been a week since a massive storm shut the lights off in Maryland, and thousands are still braving the heat without air conditioning.
Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power.
Those working to get the power on for the last of the storm victims will endure blast furnace temperatures Friday.
The temperature rises and the power is still out for thousands.
Hundreds of thousands of people from Illinois to New Jersey are still without power after a line of deadly storms struck last Friday. A week of more unpredictable weather and sweltering temperatures has followed.
The heat and humidity that are wrapping themselves around the region are sending even more people in search of some relief. Meanwhile, more out-of- state workers are arriving to help BGE restore power to the thousands still left in the dark after last Friday’s storm.
Utility workers were working Thursday to return lights and air conditions to hundreds of thousands of people who remained without power after last week’s violent storms, even as more strong storms moved in.
Five days after a wicked windstorm walloped Maryland, thousands remain in the dark. Hundreds of BGE crews are working to restore power but patience is wearing thin.
More than 75,000 people are spending the Fourth of July without electricity or air conditioning. Widespread power outages continue, five days after a violent storm.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic were preparing to spend the Fourth of July like the nation’s founders did in 1776, without the conveniences of electricity and air conditioning.