MAYOR ANNOUNCES OPENING OF WARMING CENTER 303 QUARROPAS STREET for Those Without Power in White Plains–1,084 without power as of 5:45 PM

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WPCNR PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE. From the Mayor’s Office, with WPCNR Supplements. Friday 5:40 P.M. UPDATED 6:25 PM:

Mayor Tom Roach of White Plains in a recorded message is calling White Plains residents via the city’s emergency notification line to warn residents that there are power outages in the city and that a warming center at 303 Quarropas Street in White Plains is available for families and residents affected by power loss.

His recorded message says there are a number of residents who have lost power in the city do to the 50 mile per winds in the storm that has been affecting the city the last 15 hours.

A check of the Coned outage map shows 59 outages in White Plains affecting 1,084 customers. Across Westchester communities Con Ed reports 3,059 Outages affecting 61,059  customers  in the 6 PM hour without power.

Communities hardest hit by the storm showing and reporting 50 outages affecting an average of over 1,000 customers each in each town are Armonk, Bronxville, Mt.Vernon, New Rochelle, Harrison, Larchmont Mamaroneck, Hastings, Valhalla, Scarsdale, Peekskill, Ossining, Croton, Cortland.

You may see the map at this link, copy into your browser and hit “Go”:

https://apps.coned.com/stormcenter/external/default.ht ml

Mayor Roach urges residents who have lost power to contact Con Edison at 1-800 75CONED.

Mayor Roach said information on outages in our area and when you can expect power to be restored may be found at www.coned.com.

WPCNR has also learned from a resident that there are extensive power outages in the Yorktown-Peekskill area with downed trees on homes.

The winds, predicted to continue to rake the county until midnight, make the roads slippery with fallen debris and always the possibility of a tree or limb falling across a road at any time.

 

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