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Where the D.C. power outages are

Here is a map of D.C. power outages following Friday’s storm as of 11:30 a.m., based on data Pepco has furnished directly to elected officials.

(Mike DeBonis — The Washington Post. Map via Google Fusion Tables; data from Pepco.)

The colors show the relative percentage of Pepco customers without service. Zip code 20015 — encompassing Chevy Chase and other neighborhoods to the north — has the greatest proportion out of service, nearly 64 percent. Zip code 20016 — encompassing the American University Park and Spring Valley neighborhoods — is just behind, at 57 percent. In other outlying parts of the city, outage rates are generally 20 percent or less. In most parts of downtown and mid-city, power is fully restored.

Pepco said Sunday that it expects to restore 90 percent of customers by Friday night.

You can explore the data in greater detail below or click through for a full screen map.

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.


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