RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — With the arrival of stormy weather — and the expected arrival of Post-tropical cyclone Ian from the South — customers all across Virginia are experiencing power outages.

As of Saturday afternoon, there are still thousands of customers without power throughout the state of Virginia.

Dominion Energy

The latest update from Dominion Energy as of 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, shows 5,698 of customers without power in Dominion Energy’s service area.

  • Chesapeake — 142 customers
  • Chesterfield — 48 customers
  • Halifax — 356 customers
  • Hampton — 645 customers
  • Isle of Wight — 46 customers
  • James City — 8 customers
  • Newport News — 866 customers
  • Norfolk — 1,235 customers
  • Portsmouth — 29 customers
  • Suffolk — 166 customers
  • Virginia Beach — 2,091 customers
  • York — 66 customers

Southside Electric Cooperative

Southside Electric Cooperative, which serves counties between Petersburg and the border with North Carolina, reports that as of 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, a total of 1,419 customers were without power.

  • Amelia — 5 (0.1% of customers)
  • Appomattox — 12 (0.7% of customers)
  • Bedford — 498 (5.4% of customers)
  • Campbell — 649 (13.4% customers)
  • Charlotte — 116 (3.1% of customers)
  • Cumberland — 2 (0.1% of customers)
  • Lunenburg — 2 (0.1% of customers)
  • Pittsylvania — 16 (0.9% of customers)
  • Powhatan — 1 (0.1% of customers)
  • Prince Edward — 117 (3% of customers)
  • Sussex — 1 (0.7% of customers)

Central Virginia Electric Cooperative

Providing service to a number of areas throughout Virginia, the Central Virginia Electric Cooperative reported that, as of 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, a total of 48 customers were without power.

  • Appomattox — 48 customers

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