PSNH Crews Returning to New Hampshire

Ready to Respond to Storm Related Outages

PSNH crews deployed to Connecticut to help with Hurricane Sandy restoration efforts will be returning to New Hampshire this evening. While in Connecticut, the crews helped restore power to customers of PSNH’s Northeast Utilities sister company Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P). More than 600,000 CL&P customers were impacted by Hurricane Sandy as the state suffered epic devastation from storm force winds and flooding on par with that seen in other battered states like New Jersey and New York.

Returning crews will be ready to respond to any power outages caused by an approaching nor’easter, expected to arrive in New Hampshire on Wednesday. The current forecast is predicting snowfall across the state, wet heavy snow is some areas, and gusty winds along the seacoast. Stormy conditions are expected to arrive tomorrow afternoon and continue into Thursday.

For information on storm preparations, please visit www.nh.gov/readynh/ and www.psnh.com.

 
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