Last night a rainstorm brought hard rain and wind, enough to leave many without power in Chenango Delaware, and Otsego Counties according to NYSEG.  Crews have already restored many homes but there are still pockets in those counties without power.

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As of 6:15 a.m. this morning, there were 161 customers in Chenango County without power. Most of those without power are in the towns of Greene and Smithville. In Delaware County, 324 customers are without power and most of them are in the towns of Colchester, Hancock, and Middletown. In Otsego County, there are 309 residents without power, with the towns of Edmeston, Otego and Plainfield affected the most. area.

It's important to report a power outage to your utility company and if that's NYSEG, which you can do online with your cell phone, just click here. If you report online, you can find out the estimated power restoration time for your specific location which gets displayed once you enter your phone or account number. You can also report a power outage by calling 800-572-1131.

Keep that information handy because the National Weather Service of Binghamton is calling for more storms in our region today, tonight and tomorrow. We can blame hurricane Elsa for these storms.

To get the latest information on outages visit NYSEG.com.