Severe weather conditions have left thousands of NYSEG customers without power in Erie County. As of March 25th, nearly 6,000 NYSEG customers were affected by power outages, and the company is working to restore power as quickly as possible. Additional resources have been deployed to assist in the effort, but due to the extent of the damage caused by the storm, the restoration process may take some time.
Customers are reminded to stay away from downed power lines and to report any outages or damage to their systems. NYSEG has provided a customer service hotline and a mobile app for customers to report outages. It is important for customers to stay safe and take precautions to protect themselves and their property from potential damage.
Furthermore, the National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the area, warning of gusts of up to 50 miles per hour. Customers should be cautious and take measures to secure any loose objects outside their homes.
In summary, NYSEG customers in Erie County are experiencing power outages due to severe weather conditions, and NYSEG is working to restore power as quickly as possible. Customers are reminded to stay safe and report outages or damage, and to take precautions in anticipation of strong winds.