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A summary of our coverage of Hurricane Sandy to date.

Power outages in Sandy's wake

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More than 100,000 people in upstate New York are waking up this morning not able to turn on the lights after the storm system associated with Hurricane Sandy ripped through the region late last night.

NYSEG is reporting early this morning 105,100 customers are in the dark - mostly in the Southern Tier. About 23,200 are without power in the Rochester area.

National Grid reports about 19,200 people are in the dark in its service area. A majority are in the Capital Region. 

About 2,250 customers in Oswego County are without power. Also in Oswego County, the Nine Mile Nuclear Power Plant Unit 1 reported an automatic shutdown last night due to an electrical grid disturbance, according to Constellation Energy. No damage to the plant was reported.

In Fulton County, 1,811 customers are without power. Just 174 customers are in the dark in Onondaga County this morning, with most in the town of Lafayette.

The National Weather Service has canceled its high wind warning. A wind advisory is in effect for the Southern Tier and much of central New York until 5 p.m.

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