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PSEG Reports Snow totals and winds have been lighter than expected, resulting in fewer outages

snow day

March 22,2018

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, as of 4:30PM, yesterday PSE&G was reporting about 600 customers are without power as a result of #WinterStormToby. Snow totals and winds have been lighter than expected, resulting in fewer outages. Additional crews are ready to respond to any outages that may occur if the storm intensifies .

Fortunately  the storm seemed slightly tamer than expected .

PSEG also has tree trimmers available to clear downed trees and limbs from power lines. Crews from #Canada, #Indiana, #Michigan, #Mississippi, #NewYork and #Wisconsin are here to help restore power. Remember: Stay safe by staying away from and not driving over downed power lines!

At the 2pm conference call with Mayor Knudsen PSE&G reported

0 NO IMPACT ON ELECTIC PRESENTLY
o MUTUAL AID CONTRACTORS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTY ON HAND & READY TO GO
o STATE OF EMERGENCY = CREWS DEPLOY MORE FREELY
o HOSPITAL, MUNICIPAL, SCHOOL ROUTES PRIORITZEDAnd just a reminder REPORT OUTAGES BY REPORTING ONLINE OR TEXTING “OUT” TO 47734
REGISTER FOR ALERTS www.pseg.com/myalerts/register.jsp

AS ALWAYS, please check on elderly and/or disabled neighbors. STAY SAFE – STAY WARM

One thought on “PSEG Reports Snow totals and winds have been lighter than expected, resulting in fewer outages

  1. “Snow totals and winds have been lighter than expected,…”
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    There’s a shocker… Hysterical apocalyptic weather reports are overblown and wrong again..
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    They must be using the same “science” used in “global warming” predictions.
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