Greater than 40,000 prospects in New York stay with out energy every week after Tropical Storm Isaias swept by way of the state.
Utilities have been working across the clock with help from metropolis and state crews to clear bushes, restore downed energy traces and restore service to prospects since Isaias hit the state Aug. 4.
However as of Tuesday morning, roughly 7,200 prospects in Westchester, 15,000 prospects in Nassau County and 12,000 prospects in Suffolk County nonetheless are reporting energy outages, based on estimates from utilities serving the state.
In New York Metropolis, the place temperatures are anticipated to climb into the excessive 80s Tuesday, roughly 3,600 prospects in Queens say they nonetheless don’t have energy. Clients even have reported energy outages upstate, though it’s unclear if they’re related to the storm.