Most in Mass. are expected to have their power today
The number of customers without power because of Hurricane Sandy has dropped to less than 100,000 this morning, two days after the storm lashed the state with high winds and surging seas, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency says. As of 8 a.m., National Grid reported about 64,000 outages; NStar about 30,000; and Western Massachusetts Electric Co. about 3,000, MEMA said. The number of outages had risen to as high as 385,000 in the middle of the storm on Monday evening.