UPDATE: 1 p.m. Tuesday
Hundreds in Fairfax Station and Clifton are still without power on Tuesday.
According to Dominion Virginia Powers’ interactive outages map, Fairfax Station homes near Hampton Road and Henderson Road seem to be the most severely effected by the outages. As of Tuesday, about 400 customers are without power in that area. That is down from over 600 on Monday.
Another 10 or so homes are without power in the Clifton area, according to NOVEC’s outages information.
“It could’ve been a whole lot worse,” said Clifton’s Mayor Bill Holloway. “I think with the weekend everyone could get out of the house for a little bit and come back at night. And neighbors help neighbors.”
To get up to the minute outage information from Dominion, go to their website or call 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357).
For NOVEC, go to their site or call 1-888-335-0500.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is reporting that Henderson Road near Henderson Court is still unpassable as of 7 a.m. Tuesday due to flooding.
Dominion Power also posted the locations where work crews will be Tuesday:
Burke Lake Rd and Ox Road
Fairfax Station Road West of Smoke Rise Lane
Hampton Road near fire station
Old Arrington Lane
Sandy Run Trail at Shadow Glen Trail
Sully Road and Braddock Road (lights out)
Ox Road and Robert Carter Road (lights out)
Sully Road and E.C. Lawrence Park (lights out)
Stringfellow Road and Commuter Lot (lights on flash)
900 Athens Road (wires down)
Clifton Road and High Ridge (wires down)
Commonwealth Boulevard and Roberts Rorad (lights out)
Braddock Road and Roberts Road (lights out)
Braddock Road and Guinea Road (lights out)
Sangster Elementary School is closed Tuesday, along with many other Fairfax County Public Schools.