Winter Storm TOBY
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Last Update: Thurs 3/22/2018 AT 11:00em ET
STATUS: 3/22/2018 at 11:30am ET
Winter Storm TOBY has passed through the mid-Atlantic, Northeast and New England regions.
The high winds forecasted did not fully materialize which reduced the overall numbers of power outages that were anticipated.
The electric sector is restoring power to their customers and all the resource needs for mutual assistance are met at this time.
Many thanks to the states for supporting the mutual assistance process and fleet movements for this event.
STATUS: 3/21/2018 at 9:00pm ET
Pennsylvania has lifted some of their travel restrictions and advisories. See below
STATUS: 3/21/2018 at 6:00pm ET
Pennsylvania has updated their travel restrictions and advisories. See below.
PEMA has opened their private sector dashboard for those interested in monitoring live statewide information. No password required:
STATUS: 3/21/2018 at 7:00am ET
New Jersey has issued an emergency declaration along with road/travel restrictions.
STATUS: 3/20/2018 at 9:30pm ET
Pennsylvania has issued the following documents:
STATUS: 3/20/3018, 7:00pmET
A winter storm (aka Winter Storm TOBY) is moving into the mid-Atlantic, Northeast and New England regions.
The potential for heavy wet snow, mixed in with icing, may create significant power outages from DC and the Shenandoah Valley, up through Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
Several electric sector Regional Mutual Assistance Groups (RMAGs) are engaged in the repositioning of crews in preparation for this event.Some mutual assistance resources are currently moving from Florida, South Carolina, and Louisiana, heading for PA, NJ, and MD
The electric sector will continue to monitor the storm through this evening.
No states have issued emergency declarations as yet.