MANCHESTER, N.H.,—A New Hampshire electric company says it could be up to a week before power is restored to all of its customers who without service due to this weekend's storm.
Public Service of New Hampshire says that of 7 a.m. Sunday, about 190,000 customers were without power. The snowstorm delivered gusty winds and heavy snowfall across the state, knocking down power lines.
Public Service line crews worked overnight to restore power, and will continue restoration efforts Sunday. Outages are widespread across southern New Hampshire and along the seacoast. The hardest hit areas appear to be the I-93 and Route 3 corridors from Manchester to the Massachusetts border.