LIVINGSTON COUNTY — It’s all hands on deck for National Grid as the region braces for a potential ice storm.
According to a press release from National Grid they have more than 2,000 line, service and tree workers on alert. Crews are being deployed across upstate as needed as they target areas where the most damage is anticipated.
Call 1-800867-5222 to report downed lines.
According to the National Weather Service the forecast for the next 3 days has the potential to cause a tremendous amount of damage.
In preparation for strong winds, freezing rain and ice accumulation across much of upstate New York over the next 24 hours, National Grid has more than 2,000 line, service and tree workers on alert, including additional support from the company’s New England workforce and from neighboring New York utilities. Crews are being deployed across upstate as needed, particularly in areas where the weather is expected to be the most severe. We urge customers to be prepared and remain safe.