Electric out from area storm | Bedford Real Estate

Dear NYSEG Customer,

As a result of several rounds of lightning, severe wind and heavy rain beginning last evening, we’re currently reporting approximately 8,000 customers without power in our Brewster Division (parts of Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties). The outage count is down from a peak of more than 15,000 early this morning.

Easy ways to stay informed:

  • Report outages, view estimated restoration time and more by going to mobile-friendly Outage Central, or call our electricity emergency line at 1.800.572.1131.

  • Sign up to receive NYSEG Outage Alerts by text message, email, or voice message.

Our local crews and support personnel have been working since the outset and we are continuing to bring in additional resources – including line and tree crews – from across the state.

As we continue to respond to downed wires incidents to ensure public safety, we expect to have 90% of the original storm-related outages restored by 1 p.m. tomorrow.
For the latest outage counts; outage locations by county, municipality and streets/roads; and estimated restoration times (as they are available), visit Outage Central.


If your power is interrupted go toNYSEG’s Outage Central. Report outages and view estimated restoration times and outage maps at Outage Central from your computer or smart phone.
How we restore power: Our first priority is your safety. In the case of a large interruption, we first repair the main facilities (transmission lines, substations) that bring electricity to your neighborhood. Learn more by clicking here.
If someone in your household uses electrically powered life-sustaining equipment enroll in our program at 1.800.572.1111 to be updated on power restoration efforts if the duration of an outage extends beyond 24 hours.
To report a life-threateningelectricity emergency, call us at1.800.572.1131 or call 911. To report a natural gas emergency or if you smell a natural gas odor, call us at1.800.572.1121 or call 911.
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