UPDATE: Con Ed says all of its Port Chester customers have power restored.
Con Ed crews are still cleaning up this afternoon from a fast-moving summer storm that came through Port Chester Sunday evening, knocking out power to about 550 electricty customers — mostly on the east side of the village.
Con Ed's Storm Center reports that power has been restored to all but about 20 customers, mostly between North Main Street and Putnam Avenue, near the Greenwich, CT, border. Power, according to Con Ed, is targeted to be restored by about 6 p.m.
has been without power today because of a tree that took out a key power line.
Among the Con Ed customers affected by the outages in Port Chester was the Port Chester Police Department. Police headquarters on Nort Main Street switched to operating with a back-up generator system.
Power has been restored to police headquarters, but Lt. James Ladeairous said the power outages created a variety of problems a headquarters and electronic equipment is still being checked.
Several trees and utility lines were knocked down by the storm Sunday evening. Port Chester police and firefighters said they were busy handling storm-related calls Sunday, but no one was injured and there was no significant property damage or flooding.