While utility crews hope to fully restore power to Loudoun homes and businesses by tonight, nearly 900 customers remained in the dark by noon Tuesday—four days after the high winds of a nor’easter toppled trees and power lines across Loudoun.
Dominion Energy is reporting 864 customers without power. The largest cluster, 338 homes, is in the Selma area north of Leesburg. Also about 140 customers in the Round Hill remain in the dark.
NOVEC is reporting that power has been restored to all but 13 of its 37,300 Loudoun customers.