Henri: Thousands without power as storm stalls over NY, NJ

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NEW YORK — Utility companies in the tri-state area were still responding to power outages early Monday after Henri wreaked havoc across the region.

Henri weakened to a tropical depression Sunday night, but flooding will still be a concern Monday as the storm stalled over the region with rain ongoing.

PSEG Long Island, Con Edison, PSE&G in New Jersey and JCP&L all reported ongoing outages Monday morning, ranging from a few hundred to a couple thousand customers.

Here are the latest outage numbers, as of 2:30 p.m. Monday:

PSEG Long Island

About 294 customers are being impacted by outages. See more here.

Con Edison

Over 550 customers were impacted by outages between NYC and Westchester County. See more here.

JCP&L

Over 2,600 customers across New Jersey were without power. See more here.

PSE&G New Jersey

Just over 640 customers were dealing with outages. See more here.

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