Here’s how the power outages in the New River Valley compare to rest of state
The governor’s office has distributed this map to show where power outages are concentrated in Virginia. This shows most of the New River Valley in the range of 20 to 40 percent without power.
How’s this match up with what you’re experiencing?
GENERAL STORM RESOURCES
* Weather journalist Kevin Myatt has storm updates on the Weather Journal
* Health department issues tips on food safety following power outages
* Food writer Lindsey Nair offers tips on how to deodorize a refrigerator or freezer after power outage
PREVIOUS STORM COVERAGE:
* JulY 2: Details released on storm-related death in Montgomery County
* July 2: Pulaski County moves cooling center to New River Community College
* July 1: Regional storm coverage and updates from The Roanoke Times for July 1
* July 1: Pulaski County gives update on storm response
* July 1: Christiansburg continues clean-up
* July 1: Blacksburg sets heat record
* June 30: Regional coverage and updates from The Roanoke Times for June 30
* June 30: Montgomery County declares emergency, shelters open
* June 30: Pulaski County opens shelters
* June 30: Rep. Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, issues statement on the storm
* June 30: Gov. Bob McDonnell declares state of emergency
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