Updated Nov. 1 at 12:58 p.m.
According to NSTAR there are now 90 Burlington customers, or about 0.8 percent, still without power.
NSTAR stated on its site that all power should be restored in Burlington not later than tonight.
Updated Oct. 31 at 12:43 p.m.
According to NSTAR there are now 453 Burlington customers, or about four percent, still without power.
NSTAR is still saying it may take until Thursday night before all power is restored.
How about you? What is your situation?
Updated Oct. 30 at 11:41 p.m.
According to NSTAR there are now 936 Burlington customers, or about eight percent of the Burlington coverage area, still in the dark.
NSTAR has not stated specifically when the company expects full power to be restored but did post at 8 p.m. on Tuesday that the latest everyone would be up and running is "Thursday Night." We will follow up with NSTAR for more specifics on Wednesday morning.
Editor's note: The number of power outages and the estimated time of completion were posted at 11:41 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30. If you are reading this article on Wednesday things may have changed. We will provide an update in the morning when new information becomes available.
Updated Oct. 30 at 7:35 p.m.
According to NSTAR there are now 1,163 Burlington customers, or about 10 percent of the Burlington coverage area, still in the dark.
NSTAR has not stated specifically when the company expects full power to be restored but did post at noon today that the latest everyone would be up and running is 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 31.
NSTAR is reporting this morning that 2,698 Burlington customers are still without power due to Hurricane Sandy yesterday.
According to the utility company, crews are currently out all accross its coverage area in an effort to restore power.
The company is also attempting to assess the current problems to determine how long it will take to get full power restore. As of 8 a.m. this morning NSTAR did not have a set time for when Burlington customers can expect power to return.
Do you have power this morning? If not, let us know which areas are still out.
Hurricane Sandy severely impacted NSTAR’s system, causing widespread damage and power outages. Crews will be working day and night to restore power as quickly and as safely as possible.
Along with our 3,000 employees, we have about 1,200 contracted workers from as far away as Texas, the Midwest and Washington State in place across our service area. Since last night, NSTAR has cut the number of customers without power in half, and we’ve restored power to over 243,000 customers since the start of the storm.
NSTAR customers should be prepared for prolonged power outages resulting from Hurricane Sandy. We encourage customers whose electric service is affected by the storm to report it by using our "Report an Outage" tool or by calling us at 800-592-2000.
All customers are also urged to check with local communities about their plans for opening shelters. Shelter information is also available by calling 211 or visiting the American Red Cross' web site.