Hurricane Sandy’s Wrath: Track Power Outages By State

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Kim Johnson looks over the destruction near her seaside apartment in Atlantic City, N.J., Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012.

More than 8.4 million people in Sandy’s path, 7% of the U.S. population, remain without power Tuesday afternoon, even as the worst of the storm has passed. Here are the latest updates on power outages in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states. Click your utility to see the latest figures from your provider. For up-to-the minute news, visit our live blog.

Updated: Oct. 30, 11:20 p.m.

New York City and Westchester:
Consolidated Edison
846,549 people affected

New Jersey:
Jersey Central
975,081 people affected
PSE&G
1.1 million people affected
Atlantic City Electric
168,728 people affected

Long Island:
LIPA
922,823 people affected

Connecticut:
Connecticut Light & Power
433,541 people affected

Massachussetts:
National Grid
135,120 people affected

Delaware:
Delmarva
24,638 people affected

Pennsylvania:
West Penn Power
182,713 people affected
PPL
330,905 people affected

West Virginia:
APCO
147,053 people affected

Maryland and Washington D.C.:
Pepco
5,351 people affected

Virginia:
Dominion Electric
52,539 people affected

New Hampshire:
PSNH
96,287 people affected

Rhode Island:
National Grid
98,396 people affected

Maine:
Central Maine Power Company (CMP)
17,504 people affected
Bangor Hydro Electric Power Company
85 people affected

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