Above: A NYSEG power outage map at 4:45 p.m. on Nov. 10.
Update, Wednesday, Nov. 11: Power was on again in the Delaware County town of Bovina by 9 p.m. on Tuesday night. Power had been restored to all but two Delaware County NYSEG customers as of 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Nov. 11, according to NYSEG's updated outage map.
On Wednesday, scattered power outages were affecting other Catskills counties as well, with 585 NYSEG customers without power in the town of Shandaken and a smattering of Central Hudson customers without power in Greene County.
Original story, Tuesday, Nov. 10:
The lights went out on Tuesday afternoon throughout Delaware County, according to outage information posted on New York State Electric and Gas's power outpage map.
Over 4,000 NYSEG customers were without power as of 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10 in 10 towns across the county, with the most outages affecting Delhi, the county seat and home of SUNY Delhi, and the town of Colchester. Hundreds of people in Bovina, Hamden, Kortright and Meredith were also affected.
1,600 customers were without power in Delhi and 1,000 had no power in Colchester, according to NYSEG.
The outage began around 4:06 p.m., witnesses report.