The severe storm that swept across New Hampshire Monday caused more than 63,000 Granite Staters to lose power at peak outage.
Utility crews worked overnight to restore electricity to more than 50,000 customers by Tuesday morning.
The estimates: Eversource, 11,529; NH Electric Coop, 362; Liberty Utilities 317; Unitil 57.
Monday night's report continues below here:
Eversource, the state's largest utility, reported nearly 50,000 customers without power at about 8:30 p.m. Monday.
Resources per utility:
- Eversource report an outage link, or call 800-662-7764.
- NHEC report an outage or call 800-343-6432
- Liberty Utilities, call 1-855-349-9455
- Unitil, 800-852-3339 (Capital area) or 800-582-7276 (seacoast)
A wild weather day materialized earlier in the afternoon when the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Carroll and Grafton counties based on the severity of a powerful thunderstorm converging on the White Mountains.
The warning was lifted shortly after 4:30 p.m., and in its place, the weather service issued a flood advisory for that area based on the heavy rains.
The severe thunderstorm made its way south by 5:30 p.m., with outages popping up and wind gusts sending debris and branches flying.