UPDATE - As of 9 p.m. on Sunday, April 12th, 6,439  Emera Maine customers were without power from Thursday night's Nor'Easter, down from a peak of over 71,000 on Friday morning. There were 649 customers in Hancock County and 4,034 customers in Penobscot County without power. If you don't have power by 10 p.m. you should prepare to be without power again Sunday night. Here's a detailed list of streets and towns where they are working Sunday night

UPDATE - As of 11 a.m. on Sunday, April 12th, 15,755  Emera Maine customers were without power from Thursday night's Nor'Easter, down from a peak of over 71,000 on Friday morning. There were 2,746 customers in Hancock County 10,015 customers in Penobscot County without power.

Emera released a list of where they were working on Sunday. You can see it HERE

As of 8 a.m. on Sunday, April 12th, 17,285  Emera Maine customers were without power from Thursday night's Nor'Easter, down from a peak of over 71,000 on Friday morning. There were 2,042 customers in Hancock County 13,062 customers in Penobscot County without power

Emera Maine's line crews are out in force in the hopes of restoring power to everyone by the end of Sunday. A detailed plan will be released as to where they're working later Sunday.

When you do get your power back, you'll want to quickly get the heat up in your home and charge all your electronic devices. There is a High Wind Warning in effect for Monday Afternoon through late Monday night. We can expect Southerly winds 20 to 30 miles per hour with gusts up to 55 miles per hour.  Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines. Widespread power outages are possible.

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