Update: Oct 31, 10 p.m: Power is off throughout the city and into parts of Wilson, with residents reporting being in the dark just blocks away from places that have electricity. A total of 7,416 customers in the city had no electricity.
As of 9 p.m., Met-Ed had more than 139,000 customers without electricity, according to its parent company, First Energy.
Update: Oct. 30, 4:40 p.m: Readers report that power is back on along East Klienhans Street on the South Side, in the West Ward on Washington Street, on Cattell Street on College Hill. Much of the rest of College Hill is still out, as is a large portion of Wilson.
Update: Oct. 30, 4:20 p.m: Easton, Wilson and Saint Jane schools will all be closed Wednesday, as will Lafayette College.
The latest outage information from Met-Ed: 7,855 customers without electricity in Easton, 3,629 in Wilson.
Update, Oct. 30, 2:10 p.m: Several roads remained closed around Easton, according to the city website.
Downtown Easton, where power was on pretty much everywhere, was a busy place, as people came to eat or buy gas. Cars lined up at the Exxon station on South Third Street.
More than 15,000 customers were without power in Easton, Wilson, West Easton, Glendon and Williams Township.
School has been cancelled tomorrow for the Easton Area School District, the district PTA said on its Facebook page.
And the Suddenly Samantha hair salon is offering free hairwashes to anyone without electricity today until 5 p.m. The salon is at 140 Northampton Street, inside the Grand Eastonian.
Update, Oct. 30, 9:36 a.m: Thousands of people were without power in Easton and Wilson areas this morning, according to figures from Met-Ed.
If you live in the Easton or Wilson area and want to report an outage, call 888-544-4877, or visit the Met-Ed webiste.
If you're looking for shelter during the storm, there's a Red Cross Shelter in Bethlehem opening Monday at noon, and another shelter for people to bring their pets.
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