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UPDATED: High winds cause power outages, cancellations across Greater Williamsburg

The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is urging residents to be cautious due to the high winds caused by the Nor'easter. (Courtesy photo/NASA)
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is urging residents to be cautious due to the high winds caused by the Nor’easter. (Courtesy photo/NASA)

Updated: 1:24 p.m. March 2.
At 1:24 p.m., there were 1,420 customers without power in York County, 3,840 customers without power in James City County, and 384 customers without power in the City of Williamsburg, according to the Dominion Energy outage map.

Original story below:
As the
Nor’easter rolled into Greater Williamsburg, Dominion Energy has reported hundreds of power outages in the area.

At 10:06 a.m., there were 560 customers without power in York County, 268 customers without power in James City County, and four customers without power in the City of Williamsburg, according to the Dominion Energy outage map.

Classes at Bruton High School in York County have been canceled due to a power outage.

To track power outages in Greater Williamsburg, Dominion Energy offers a free online outage map tool.

Cancellations:

The Jamestown-Scotland Ferry from Jamestown to Surry County has shut down due to current weather conditions.

Bruton High School is closed due to a power outage.

Some flights out of Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport have been canceled.

Waller Mill Park is closed.

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