CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The number of New Hampshire customers without power after the season’s first major snowstorm is continuing to decline, but it still could be two days before power is restored to all affected customers.
At the peak, more than 200,000 homes and businesses were without electricity after the storm Wednesday night, the fourth largest outage in state history.
As of Saturday night, Public Service of New Hampshire reported about 5,820 homes and business without power, mostly in the southern part of the state. Unitil reported only isolated outages, and the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative said about 2,820 customers remained without power.
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