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8:00 am
Thu January 23, 2014

Delmarvans Weather the Snow Storm

Downtown Salisbury
Credit Don Rush

Delmarvans were digging themselves out of the snow that hit the peninsula on Tuesday with most schools (WBOC) yesterday and today.

In Delaware there was 11.5 inches of snow in Greenville while in Newark it was 5.6 inches and in Laurel only on inch.   

On the Maryland Eastern Shore there was four inches snow At the Ocean City: Wicomico Regional Airport by late afternoon.

Further south on the Eastern Shore of Virginia saw around 3.5 inches.

Delmarvans Cope

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12:02 pm
Thu January 31, 2013

Wind Outages (Update)

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GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) - Strong storms that blew through Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore left thousands of utility customers without power.

Delmarva Power reported about 2,000 customers without power Thursday morning, down from a peak of about 7,800 outages.

The vast majority of remaining outages Thursday were in Delaware, with about 600 in Kent County, 700 in New Castle County and 580 in Sussex County. Another 120 customers in Caroline County, Md. were without power.

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8:58 am
Thu January 31, 2013

High Winds Knock Out Power on Delmarva

GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) - Thousands of people have lost power after strong storms blew through Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Delmarva Power is reporting about 5,400 customers were still without power in area early Thursday. The outages were the worst in New Castle and Sussex counties in Delaware and Talbot County in Maryland. More than 7,800 customers were without power overnight.

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12:20 pm
Mon September 10, 2012

Last Day for Input on Utilities' Handling of Storm Outages

Power Outages, 123rf.com

BALTIMORE (AP) --It’s the last day for Maryland residents to submit comments about electric companies’ handling of the ”derecho” storm in June that caused days of power outages.


Monday is the last day to submit comments to the Maryland Public Service Commission, which regulates the state’s electric companies. Residents can submit comments through the commission’s website.


PSC is planning hearings with utility companies on September 13 and 14.