Here are 3 maps tracking power outages in Massachusetts

Utility companies worked through the night after Thursday’s storm knocked out power for thousands of customers.

A woman walks in Scituate early Thursday. Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe, File

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Thousands of Massachusetts residents who lost power during Thursday’s snowstorm have their lights back on Friday morning as utility companies continue to work on the remaining outages.

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency said that by 6:30 p.m. Thursday there were more than 17,000 outages. As of 7:15 a.m. Friday morning, the state agency said the number dropped to about 881.

Eversource said Thursday it would be working around the clock to respond to the power outages and shared photos of its crews at work in Plymouth, Winchester, and Duxbury.

The utility company urged its customers to report power losses by phone or online.


National Grid said on Twitter it had almost 600 internal and contractor crews ready to respond to calls in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

“We are prepared and working with our communities to keep our customers and employees safe and to ensure as little disruption as possible,” the company said.

MEMA and the utility companies are tracking blackouts on their websites. Explore the real-time maps tracking the outages below:



National Grid