UPDATE (Oct. 30, 10 a.m.)—The Baltimore Gas and Electric Company power outage map showed thousands, between Perry Hall, Kingsville and White Marsh out of power.
As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, BGE reported that 50,112 Baltimore County customers lost power, and 20,412 customers have had power restored.
Have any Perry Hall residents who lost power already had it restored? Are you still out from Monday? Share your location in the comments.
UPDATE (4:15 p.m.)—The Baltimore Gas and Electric Company power outage map showed power outages in the 750-1,500 range as of about 3:50 p.m. Monday.
Readers on the Perry Hall Patch Facebook Page report outages in the following areas:
- Between Chapel Road and Pulaski Highway
- Philadelphia Road in White Marsh
- Perry Hall Meadows
- Snyder Road
UPDATE (3:55 p.m.)—The Baltimore Gas and Electric Company power outage map showed power outages in the 500-1,000 range as of about 3:50 p.m. Monday.
UPDATE (5 a.m.)—An estimated 10 million people in Hurricane Sandy's path could lose electrical power this week. Chances are, at least some of them will live in or around Perry Hall.
With the kids out of school and workers encouraged to stay home, spending the day without electricity could be especially inconvenient. Empty shelves at hardware stores in Perry Hall and White Marsh on Friday showed there just weren't enough portable generators for everyone.
As of 10 p.m. Sunday, the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company power outage map did not show any local power outages, but storm conditions are expected to worsen into Monday afternoon.
Check back for updates.
Keep us updated on how the storm's path is impacting your neighborhood in the comments.