WASHINGTON – Some D.C. area residents are still in the dark early Friday morning after storms across the region knocked out power for many utility customers Thursday evening.
Below is a breakdown of the numbers:
A thunderstorm watch for the WTOP listening area expired at about 9:20 p.m. Thursday.
Air traffic from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was temporarily suspended Thursday afternoon because of a possible lighting strike. Flights resumed early Friday morning.
If you need the number to your utility company, text “power” to 91035 and WTOP will text them back to you.
WTOP will update these numbers as more information becomes available.
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