Central Maine Power is carefully monitoring the anticipated path of Tropical Storm Isaias for any impacts this week in Maine. The company is preparing for what could be thousands of outages.
Current forecasts call for heavy rain late Tuesday and early Wednesday with the likelihood of isolated wind gusts reaching 40-50 mph.
Tom Depeter, Vice President, Electric Operations said, “We have been watching the development of Isaias carefully, and are planning to respond to potential outages that could be caused by wind and rain. We will continue to monitor today and tomorrow, adjusting crews and equipment to meet predicted conditions.”
More from CMP, about the potential storm, here.
CMP is carefully monitoring the anticipated path of Tropical Storm #Isaias this week. We're preparing for what could be thousands of outages. Read the latest press release here: https://t.co/TFKKb1F1G7 pic.twitter.com/892MEslO7G
— Central Maine Power (@cmpco) August 3, 2020
We're still looking at Tuesday and Wednesday as #FirstAlert weather days, be prepared for potential loss of power: Utilities offer important tips as Isaias heads toward Maine https://t.co/j5nz18BOCk
— WABI_TV5 (@WABI_TV5) August 3, 2020
Central Maine Power prepares for possible outages caused by Isaias https://t.co/RtBrefCbJm
— WMTW TV (@WMTWTV) August 3, 2020