The powerful storm that swept through the Capital Region yesterday afternoon came fast and furious catching many of us by surprise. Trees were uprooted, power lines came down and sadly, at least two lives were lost yesterday afternoon as a result. This morning, as many people in the Capital Region wake and start the day, they're doing so without power. It's estimated that at least 140,000 peopl
Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of Florida and left six million Floridians without power. People all over the country are pitching in to help and hundreds of workers from the Capital Region are on their way to Florida.
The heavy snow might be over, but wind is on the way!
As many schools are already delaying school tomorrow, I sat here wondering, why? It’s barely snowing. From what I hear, tomorrow is going to be windy!! Wind gusts could get up to 45 MPH blowing snow all over the place...
If you are in the dark, chances are you’re looking at this on a smart phone. If you’re wondering about an outage in your neighborhood, need to report an outage, wondering how long it’ll last, and other information, then check out the map below.