More storm damage pics from Salem; Salem Electric Dept. says only 20 customers in the city are without power
Julie Arthur shares these photos of storm damage cleanup in Salem.
The city of Salem posted this this morning (Monday, July 2) on their Facebook page:
The Salem Electric Department reports this morning that less than 20 customers are still without power. Thousands went off the grid when the wind storm came through the city Friday night, but now all but a handful have their power restored. Thanks for all your great work!
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GENERAL STORM RESOURCES
* Weather journalist Kevin Myatt has weather updates on the Weather Journal
* Health department issues advisory for food following power outages* Food writer Lindsey Nair has tips on how to deodorize a refrigerator or freezer after a power outage
PREVIOUS STORM COVERAGE:
* July 1: Roanoke County offers cooling shelter
* July 1: Regional storm coverage for July 1 from The Roanoke Times
* June 30: Power could be out in parts of Roanoke County until July 7
*June 30: Regional storm coverage for June 30 from The Roanoke Times
*June 30: Rep. Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, issues statement on the storm
* June 30: Gov. Bob McDonnell declares state of emergency
*June 30: Lippizan Stallions event cancelled for Saturday; show added Monday
* June 30: Lippizan Stallions still performing this weekend at Green Hill Park, but at different location
* June 30: Shelter available to Roanoke County residents
* June 30: Tammy Epperly shares photos of storm damage on Ross Street
* June 30: Salem Civic Center opens as a cooling center
* June 30: Roanoke County Fire & Rescue assess storm damage
* June 30: Green Ridge Recreation Center closed
* June 30: Early morning report on storm damage
* June 30: Storm ends Salem Red Sox game early