[Update: As of 8:30 a.m. Monday, Dominion Energy was reporting 3,037 Loudoun customers without power and NOVEC had restored power to all but 126 customers.]
The wind has died down, but approximately 6,500 Loudoun homes and businesses are still without power Sunday afternoon—and some will remain in the dark for a couple more days.
Dominion Energy is reporting that 5,189 Loudoun customers are without power two days after a strong nor’easter roared through the region causing widespread wind damage. In Northern Virginia, some 50,000 Dominion customers remain in the dark. The utility says power should be completely restored by Tuesday.
The Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative reports that power is down for 1,240 of its Loudoun customers.