UPDATE: As of 11 p.m. Monday April 3, over 900 customers in Central Pa are still without power, according to Penelec. Over 400 customers without power are in Clearfield County.
UPDATE: As of 3 p.m. Monday, April 3, over 1,400 customers in Central Pennsylvania are still without power, according to Penelec. Clearfield County has the most outages with 1,018 customers affected.
UPDATE: As of 11:45 a.m. Monday, April 3, over 3,000 customers in Central Pennsylvania are still without power, according to Penelec.
(WTAJ) — As severe weather enters Central Pennsylvania power outages along with downed trees and powerlines have been reported.
According to Penelec, approximately 6,500 customers are without power as of 6:15 p.m. on April 2 with most of those outages being reported in Cambria, Jefferson, Centre and Clearfield Counties.
Penelec does not have estimated restoration times at this time.
The severe weather is causing damage to parts of Central Pennsylvania, click for photos.
For those in Clearfield County still without power, The Clearfield County Commissioners have announced shelters have been set up for those in need.
The following shelters are open:
Madera Fire Dept. – Bigler Township and Surrounding areas -Main St. – For those that arrive before 8 p.m., drive to the rear of the building and enter the rear door. For those arriving after 8 p.m. and are seeking shelter, they can enter the fire hall from the front entrance.
Sandy Township – Treasure Lake Church – 1427 Bay Road
Gethsemane United Methodist Church – Morris & Graham Township’s- 369 Allport Cutoff – Gym at the bottom of the church will be an open shelter while a play is going on. Following the play, the shelter will be moved upstairs.
Curwensville Alliance Church – 725 Susquehanna Avenue
Coalport Firehall – 946 Water Street – Open as a warming shelter. Cannot sustain overnight. Anyone from Coalport/Irvona area should go to the Maderal Firehall location for overnight accommodations.
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