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JCP&L - Current Outage Map

As of November 11, 2012 - 8am EST

Latest updates from the JCP&L Outage Map show most area residents with power restored, although we did find a few pockets of those less fortunate.  JCP&L has been making assurances that power would be restored to most area residents in Monmouth County by end of day today.   Reports statewide for JCP&L put the number still at about 28,000 still in the dark.

* Monmouth Beach:  Less than 5

* Long Branch:  6  

* Ocean Twsp:  8

* West Long Branch:  0

* Oceanport: 0

* Eatontown: Less than 5

* Little Silver: 6

* Shrewsbury: 18

November 8th Report:

Power is still coming back to many towns in our immediate area. There has been a significant decrease in those without power although the Nor'Easter that hit the Shore area yesterday has definitely impacted the area and set the progress map back a bit. JCP&L had hoped to have power restored by Wednesday, November 7, with harder hit areas taking a little longer, but as we see in the numbers below there are still plenty in our area in the dark. 

The heavy wet snow on already weakened trees, many still with leaves was too much weight, bringing down more limbs and power lines last night into this morning.  Ocean Township and Little Silver appear to be the two WORDontheShore towns most affected by last nights weather with number of JCP&L customers without power increasing from our last tabulation on November 5th.   The weather thankfully has cleared and the National Weather Service is forecasting highs in the low to mid-60's for the weekend.  

Residences without power as of Thursday, November 8, 2012 - 5:00 pm EST.    With totals from Nov 4th and 5th alongside to put progress in perspective.

*Monmouth Beach:   840 (Nov 5th: 1,398)    (Nov 4th: 1,510)

*Long Branch: 2,234       (Nov 5th: 4,801)    (Nov 4th: 8,618)

*Ocean Township: 2,474 (Nov 5th: 1,310)    (Nov 4th: 2,313)

*West Long Branch: 42   (Nov 5th: 575)       (Nov 4th: 1,541)

*Oceanport: 12              (Nov 5th: 831)        (Nov 4th: 883)

*Eatontown: 926           (Nov 5th: 2,052)     (Nov 4th: 3,468)

*Little Silver: 997          (Nov 5th: 841)        (Nov 4th:  1,558)

*Shrewsbury: 871         (Nov 5th:  742)       (Nov 4th:  1,281)

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