(Worthy News) – As a menacing winter storm pummels much of the U.S., roughly 250,000 people are without power, according to poweroutage.us.
The National Weather Service said, the “large-scale and massive winter storm” will impact the Central, Eastern and Southern U.S. Thursday and is expected to continue through Friday night.
The aforementioned website, which tracks outages throughout the U.S., reports that nearly 142,000 customers in Tennessee had lost power as of about 4:30 p.m. Thursday. [ Source: NewsWeek (Read More…) ]
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