As of 9 PM on Thursday, there are still 13,322 Emera Maine customers without power as a result of the windstorm, that saw a maximum gust of 63 miles per hour recorded in Bar Harbor. Of the 13,322 without power, 7851 are in Hancock County and 3149 are in Washington County.

Emera Maine linecrew are working bring the largest number of customers back online first, working toward smaller outages and more remote locations. As part of the damage assessment and repair process, Emera Maine has compiled a list of towns where crews will be working Thursday evening. Although crews will continue to work through the evening, customers who have not had service restored by 10 PM Thursday should plan to be without power overnight.

Greater Bangor: Brewer, Holden, Bucksport, Orrington

Hancock County: Bar Harbor, Bass Harbor, Bernard, Cranberry Isles, Frenchboro, Islesford, Manset, Mount Desert, Northeast Harbor, Pretty Marsh, Seal Cove, Somesville, Southwest Harbor, Swans Island, Tremont, West Tremont, Sedgwick, Blue Hill, Brooklin, East Blue Hill, Penobscot, Hancock, Lamoine, Hancock Point, Franklin, T9 SD, Eastbrook, Waltham, Ellsworth, Trenton, Deer Isle, Little Deer Isle, Stonington, Sargentville, Sunset, Winter Harbor, Sullivan, T7 SD, Gouldsboro, Otter Creek, Sorrento, Harborside, Brooksville

Northern Penobscot County: Chester, East Millinocket, Lincoln, Medway, Woodville, TA R7 WELS, Lake View Plantation, Milo, Brownville, Brownville Junction, T4 R9 NWP, Lee, Greenbush, Barnard TWP

Washington County: Perry, Pembroke, Edmunds Township, Cherryfield, Harrington, Addison, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Machias, East Machias, Marshfield, Beals, Jonesport, Roque Bluffs, T19 MD BPP

The next update will be issued at 4AM on Friday, October 18th.