Most power won’t be restored until Sunday, November 3rd at 11:00 p.m.

It looks like the vast majority of homes and businesses that are without power in our area won’t have their power back until very late on Sunday, November 3rd.

There are a few exceptions. The outage in between Belvoir Road and Germantown Pike (near Winding Way) in Plymouth Meeting is projected to be restored today by 11:59 p.m.

Another outage in Plymouth Meeting, near New Hope Street, as you approach Germantown Pike, has a crew dispatched.

In Whitemarsh, there is an outage off Taylor Road between Spring Mill Road and Butler Pike that is projected to be restored today by 11:59 p.m.

In Conshohocken, there are two small outages that have crews dispatched. The first is between East 10th and East 11th Avenues (at the bottom). The second is at West Elm Street at Maple Street.

As of now, 2% of Conshohocken is without power (down from 12% yesterday). In Plymouth, its currently at 4% (down from 7% yesterday) and Whitemarsh is currently at 9% (down from 42%).

If you are still without power, the various governmental agencies are warning you to prepare your home for freezing temperatures overnight.