POWER UPDATE: Much of North Andover May Be Restored Today
Crews are working on certain neighborhoods now.
Many more homes in North Andover may have power back today, Emergency Management Director Jeff Coco said.
Three days after the worst October snowstorm on record, there are currently about 2,400 homes still without power as of Tuesday afternoon. But crews are busy working on certain neighborhoods to restore power to many.
"First they're working on the Johnson Street area, which still has about 900 customers out," Coco said. "They're in the process of doing that as we speak."
After that, crews will head in toward the more rural neighborhoods today.
"From Boston Street all the way into Boxford Street should be back up soon," Coco said. "Once we get beyond our three or four primary priorities, then we’re just going to go to the greatest concentrations of outages."
One area that may take longer is the Brooks School area from the water treatment plant to Butcher Boy Market.
"We’re looking at map, and we're unsure where point of issue is there," Coco said.
National Grid executives expect to see great progress statewide tonight as well.
Check back with Patch for further updates.
If you still do not have power or head, you can go to the shelter set up at the Senior Center.