Matt Moran, a trimmer with Townsend Tree Service, cuts a fallen tree limb from a power line on 19th Avenue that fell as a result of the strong winds from Hurricane Sandy, Monday, Oct., 29, 2012, in Sea Cliff, N.Y. / AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek
Last Updated 5:45 p.m. ET
Hours before Hurricane Sandy makes landfall, utilities have already reported power outages for customers in several states. More than one million customers were without power in Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, and several other states.
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Connecticut Light & Power (which offers outage reports in both map and table formats) says about 145,304 customers were without power Monday.
Delaware and Maryland
Delmarva reports about 20,528 customers without power, with 446 active outages.
BGE reports restoring service to about 29,362 customers Monday; about 44,977 are still without power.
PEPCO had 16,608 customers out, with 350 active outages.
Over 1,800 outages were reported by Mon Power and Potomac Edison.
NStar reported about 139,647 outages Monday afternoon. National Grid had about 37,600 outages Monday afternoon.
Additional outages were reported by Western Massachusetts Electric Co. (about 8,276 customers) and Unitil ( 6,718 customers in the capital area and 15,884 on the sea coast).
Unitil reports about 28,427 without power.
Thousands without power in N.J.
Public Service Electric & Gas, which is tweeting outage information, says 93,500 customers are offline. Jersey Central Power & Light, which publishes map of outages, is reporting 287,826 homes lost power. Atlantic City Electric has about 91,908 outages.
LILCO reports more than 273,010 customers on Long Island were without power Monday afternoon (about 1,705 of those are active outages). Con Edison reports at least 71,543 customers in New York City and in Westchester County lost without power, with 1,997 active outages.
In Upstate New York NYSE&G reports 32,726 customers affected.
Duke Energy reports 5,264 customers lost power. Progress Energy reports 11,995 customers lost power Monday, with 72 active outages as of 5:00 p.m. ET.
At 5:30 p.m. Monday, Peco in southeastern Pennsylvania was reporting 52,000.
FirstEnergy was reporting about 40,000 customers without power, including 13,000 in sparsely populated Pike County and 7,500 in York County.
PPL Electric Utilities was reporting about 22,183 outages.
National Grid says about 12,433 customers had lost power, with 213 active outages.
Dominion Virginia says as of around 5:00 p.m. ET Monday, 14,023 customers were without service.