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Gloversville Power Outages Caused by Weather


July 17, 2017 - Thunderstorm Wind

A tree was downed, resulting in a power outage.

Sacandaga Park - Sacandaga Park
September 11, 2013 - Thunderstorm Wind

Numerous trees and power poles were knocked over as a result of thunderstorm winds at Peck Lake.

West Bush - West Bush
June 10, 2008 - Thunderstorm Wind

A 100 foot maple tree was down and leaning on power lines approximately 1 mile south southwest of Caroga Lake due to strong thunderstorm winds.

Northbush - Northbush
June 6, 2005 - Thunderstorm Wind

Trees were blown down and power lines were knocked down county-wide.

Gloversville - Gloversville
June 9, 2004 - Thunderstorm Wind

Numerous trees and power lines down. Roof blown off house on Bleeker Street.

Gloversville - Gloversville


September 5, 2018

Isolated thunderstorms developed in the Mohawk Valley during the afternoon of the 5th in a hot and humid airmass. Though these storms were mainly below severe limits, one storm produced several reports of wind damage in Broadalbin. It was reported that 380 residences lost power due to the storm.

June 20, 2016

A strong upper level disturbance and surface cold front was located over the Great Lakes during the day on Monday, June 20th. With a warm and humid air mass in place, thunderstorms developed during the evening hours ahead of the storm system over Lake Ontario and southern Canada and moved towards the region for the late evening hours into the early morning hours on Tuesday, June 21st. Despite being the overnight hours, these thunderstorms were able to maintain themselves due to very strong winds aloft. ||Thunderstorms produced damage to trees and power lines across parts of the Adirondacks, Mohawk Valley and Sacandaga Region before heading eastward towards New England for the late night hours. As a result of the thunderstorms, over 6,000 people lost power in Fulton and Hamilton Counties. Numerous power outages were also reported in Saratoga, Albany and Schoharie Counties as well. ||The threat for thunderstorms ended around daybreak when the cold front moved across the region from west to east.

August 11, 2012

Ample low level moisture was in place across the region ahead of a slow moving frontal boundary. Although skies were cloudy to start the day, breaks in the clouds towards the noon hour allowed for some instability to develop. With the large amount of moisture in place and an unstable atmosphere, slow moving thunderstorms formed. Some of these thunderstorms contained gusty winds, which caused damage to trees and power lines.||As thunderstorms with heavy rainfall moved over the same areas repeatedly, flash flooding occurred across portions of Columbia County. Some areas received over four inches of rain, with the highest amount being 4.95 inches in Chatham.||Thunderstorm activity waned by evening due to the frontal boundary crossing the region.

August 3, 2003

A tropical air mass remained in place over eastern New York on August 3. With a strong disturbance over the Great Lakes adding weak lift to a very unstable atmosphere, scattered slow moving showers and thunderstorms erupted during the afternoon hours. Heavy rains in Fulton County produced Doppler radar estimated rainfall of 3 to 4 inches, which took place in about three hours time. As a result of this excessivly heavy rain, roads were washed out in Londonderry. In Perth, County Highway 126 was reported under four feet of water. The force of the raging water knocked some trees down, which then knocked a couple of wires down. In the town of Johnstown, Grand Street, Crescendo Road and County Highway Route 29 were all completely flooded. Broad street in the town of Broadablin was flooded. Water in up to 75 basements had to be pumped out, in some cases, up to 6 feet of water. The storms knocked out power to as many 1,000 customers.

November 5, 2002

A fast moving area of low pressure moved from the Mississippi Valley, east to off the Delmarva pennisula late November 5th. This storm then rapidly intensified as it moved off the Cape Cod coast on November 6. With enough cold air in place, this storm spread another round of unseasonably early snow across the Capital District and points northward. While snowfall amounts did not reach winter storm thresholds anywhere in eastern New York, the weight of a very wet snow on trees retaining their leaves unusually late into the fall season resulted in many downed limbs trees and power lines throughout the Lake George Saratoga region, as well as the northern portions of the Mohawk Valley. Snowfall amounts were generally in the 2-6 inch range from a Gloversville-Saratoga Springs line and points northward. However, power outages were widepsread with as many as 46,000 people reported without power due to the storm.


Pockets of outages remain after storms hit Capital Region, Hudson Valley

Utility crews restored service overnight to the majority of customers who lost service when thunderstorms swept through eastern upstate New York and western New England

Sep 20, 2022

Albany airport power outage temporarily delays flights Open Navigation Close Navigation

Flights at Albany International Airport were back to normal after being delayed during a power outage.

May 23, 2022

Central Ave crash causes power outage, road closure Open Navigation Close Navigation

Colonie Police confirmed to News10 that a crash occurred on Central Avenue. A car crashed into three telephone poles near the restaurant Smokey Bones and caused a small power outage.

Apr 28, 2022

Warren County to distribute dry ice, water after power outages Open Navigation Close Navigation

Warren County will be passing out free bottled water and dry ice to any residents who have been affected by power outages from the spring snow storm.

Apr 19, 2022

National Grid restores power to 97% of customers Open Navigation Close Navigation

National Grid has restored power to 97% of households after an overnight storm. As of Tuesday at 3 p.m., over 43,000 customers had their power restored.

Mar 8, 2022

Central Hudson restores electrical service to more than 18,000 customers Open Navigation Close Navigation

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. crews worked overnight to restore power to over 18,000 homes and businesses impacted by winter weather since Friday morning.

Feb 5, 2022

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What is Power Outage?

Power outage (also called a power cut, a power blackout, power failure or a blackout) is a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power to a particular area.

What Causes Power Outages?

  • Severe weather (high winds, lightning, winter storms, heat waves, rain or flooding can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
  • Other damage to electric transmission lines (vehicle accidents, trees, and animals can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
  • Repairing, maintenance or upgrades on power lines and equipment.

What are the Top Outage Safety Tips?

  • Stay away from the downed power lines, park vehicles in protected areas;
  • Unplug appliances and electronics, limit cell phone use to conserve battery life;
  • Use portable generators outdoors only, well away from open windows and doors;
  • Pack perishable foods into a cooler, keep refrigerator and freezer doors shut as much as possible.

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Gloversville, New York

City Gloversville
County Fulton
State New York (NY)
Country United States
Zip Codes 12078

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