Strong winds and isolated power outages to continue

Strong winds and isolated power outages to continue
11/15/20 Winds Alerts (Source: WWNY)

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Winds have been increasingly strong throughout the day and will continue to be strong throughout the night. Isolated power outages have been seen throughout the day and will continue to be possible into the overnight hours.

Here are the peak wind gust as of 11:00 PM

Watertown- 49 MPH

Deferiet- 58 MPH

Harrisburg- 49 MPH

Belleville- 51 MPH

Hammond- 51 MPH

Potsdam- 43 MPH

Cape Vincent- 52 MPH

Alexandria Bay - 49 MPH

Philadelphia - 52 MPH

Massena - 53 MPH

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for Jefferson and Lewis Counties until 1 AM Monday for wind gust up to 65 MPH.

A Wind Advisory has been issued for St. Lawrence County until 4 AM Monday for wind gust up to 55 MPH.

National Grid reported several thousand north country residents lost power. At one point Sunday evening, nearly 5,000 tri-county residents were without power.

As of 11 tonight, about 340 Jefferson County customers did not have power. About 4 households in Lewis County are without power, and nearly 2,100 St. Lawrence County residents did not have power.

National Grid estimates all power to be restored by 6 AM Monday morning.

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