Here’s where you can track power outages being reported in Massachusetts

Thousands of residents on the Cape were in the dark after the latest nor’easter hit the state.

Workers remove a fallen tree from a road and repair power lines during a winter storm, Tuesday, March 13, 2018 in Norwell, Mass. The nor'easter is expected to deliver up to 2 feet of snow to some areas of New England. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Workers remove a fallen tree from a road and repair power lines Tuesday in Norwell. –Steven Senne / AP

Residents across Massachusetts are digging out Wednesday after a nor’easter brought blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow to most of the state.

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency said thousands of residences and businesses were left without power on the southeast coast, Cape Cod, and the Islands after the storm’s high winds and heavy snow brought down power lines and trees.

MEMA said restoring power could be a “multi-day restoration effort” and advised those without electricity to stay with friends, family, at a hotel, or a nearby shelter in the meantime.

“Avoid downed lines, check on neighbors, and use generators outside away from buildings,” the state agency said Wednesday morning.


As of 7 a.m., about 136,000 customers were without power in the state.

MEMA is tracking power outages town-by-town. See their outage map here.

Utility companies Eversource, National Grid, and Unitil are tracking the outages with their updating maps:


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