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UPDATED 11/1/12, 7:11 a.m. According to NSTAR's power outage map, Newton's power outage number is down to 600 customers.
Are you still without power? Let us know in the comments section below. We'll be posting additional updates in a new story.
10/31/12, 2:30 p.m. with updates to the map above with street closure information provided by City Hall.
As of Wednesday morning, still more than 3,200 NSTAR customers in Newton are without power, or roughly 8 percent of the total NSTAR customers in the city.
We've updated our power outage map (above) using the tips from readers in the comments section below. Please keep leaving us street names and we will update the map.
Note: The yellow dots on the map indicate power outages. Red dots indicate road blocks or downed trees.
Newton Mayor Setti Warren and Fire Chief Bruce Proia offered an update Tuesday afternoon on the cleanup in Newton as well as the power outages. During that press conference, Proia noted that areas West Newton appeared to have been hit the hardest.
According to NSTAR's website, crews may be able to get power back to all Newton houses by thursday night.
We know there are many more power outages than what we have below, so please share with us if you can:
- Cherry Street
- Farmington Road
- Annapolis Road
- Forest Avenue
- Bacon Street and Washington Street
- Carleton Street and Emerson Street near Pearl Street
- Harvey Place
- Meadowbrook Road
- Pershing Road
- Brookline Street and Vine Street
- Fuller Terrace
- Lower Falls: Clearwater, Sherrin, Deforest, Goff, Bluberry, Crehore, Hallron and Grove
- Fordham Road
- Dexter Road
- Walnut Street in Newton Highlands
- Westview Terrace
- Jepsen Court
- Temple Street
- Sunhill Lane
- Allen Ave from Richardson Little League Field to Beacon Street
- Highland Avenue
- Westview Terrace
- Four Corners: Brentwood, Garland, Judith, Charlotte
Is the power off at your house? Tell us where you are in the comments section.