National Grid Power Outage: MA Map?

National Grid reported that 393,800 customers in MA are currently without power and they're working on it.
The National Guard has been activated to provide assistance to help in relief efforts in the aftermath of Saturday's devastating winter storm. Power outages have been reported throughout the state. Is there a map that marks all the affected areas?
When is National Grid going to restore electricity to all the people of MA? Are they working right now to fix all the power outages?
There is a lot of damage, is it going to take a long time for National Grid to restore power in MA?

asked by Dakota in Internet | 5794 views | 10-30-2011 at 04:25 PM

It could be days before all the power outages are fixed by National Grid to all of the hundreds of thousands of people from MA.
To view a map, visit National Grid's official website here > www1.nationalgridus.com/nantucket/stormcenter
Forecasters said parts of western and central Massachusetts could see more than a foot of snow.
National Grid said that about 200,000 people were affected by the power outages, and that number was only expected to grow.
National Grid also reported that heavy, wet snow has been coming down on trees still bearing leaves, which in turn is causing trees and tree limbs to fall on the lines.

answered by Laila | 10-30-2011 at 04:26 PM

My sister is currently in Massachusetts and she told me that the power outages are massive. Pretty much everyone doesn't have electricity right now but National Grid is actively working to restore power as soon as possible.

answered by Guest | 10-30-2011 at 08:13 PM

National Grid claims that they're in full restoration mode, which means they're doing all they can to solve the power outage. We'll have to wait and hope it doesn't take weeks for power to come back.

answered by Guest | 10-31-2011 at 06:51 PM

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