Thousands in the Hudson Valley lost power overnight as thunderstorms brought down trees and power lines weeks after Tropical Storm Isaias rocked the region.
As of around 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 28, NYSEG was still reporting 67 customers without power in Dutchess County, 343 in Sullivan County, and 15 in Ulster County.
Central Hudson had 442 Dutchess customers without power, and an additional three in Ulster County, while Orange & Rockland Utilities had 639 of its 9,093 customers in Sullivan County still without power.
In Dutchess, outages were reported in Amenia (806), Washington (210), Hyde Park (115), Beacon (48), Poughkeepsie (28), Dover (12), Red Hook (7), Stanford (4), Union Vale (3), Pleasant Valley (3), Clinton (2), and Millbrook (2).
In Sullivan County, there were outages reported in Mamakating (637), Bethel (148), Delaware (75), Fremont (34), Jeffersonville (22), Wurstboro (2), Callicoon, Fallsburg, and Neversink.
In Ulster County, outages were still being reported in Shawangunk (14), Olive (3), and Montgomery (2).
Complete restoration is expected by Friday night.
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