Power outages are impacting thousands of Greater Victoria residents on Tuesday morning. (BC Hydro outage map)

Power outages are impacting thousands of Greater Victoria residents on Tuesday morning. (BC Hydro outage map)

UPDATED: More than 2,000 still without power in Greater Victoria after wind storm

Outages across the region impacting residents

UPDATED: As of 7 p.m. on Tuesday evening, crews are still working to restore power to several areas after strong winds and rain caused outages around Greater Victoria.

READ ALSO: Wind warning issued for Greater Victoria

At least 1,787 people are without power in Victoria east of Quadra Street, Souh of Montrose Avenue and north of Bay Street. Crews have been assigned and the cause is under investigation.

An outage south of Cedar Hill X-Road, East of Cadboro Bay Road, north of Weald Road and west of Midland Road is affecting 50 people.

And at least 98 people are still without power near Ardmore, west of Saanich Road and south of Cromarty Avenue.

For the most up to date information about power outages visit bchydro.com/power-outages/app/outage-map.html.

READ ALSO: 375 Sooke residents without power after downed line Tuesday morning

As of 7 p.m. the following outages have been resolved

In Victoria, there is an outage east of Douglas Street, south of Topaz Avenue, west of Belmont Avenue and north of Bay Street was affecting 2,117 people.

Another outage north of Admirals Road, south of Cooper Lane was affecting 130 people. Crews are on-site and working to determine the cause of the outage.

On the Saanich Peninsula, more than 5,525 people were affected by outages south of McDonald Park Road, west of Third Street, north of the Patricia Bay Highway and East of Kittyhawk Road; along with north and west of Courser Drive; and north of Bazan Bay Road.

Another 220 people in Sidney were impacted by an outage west of Third Street, east of the Patricia Bay Highway, south of James White Boulevard and north of Orchard Avenue. The causes of these outages are under investigation, according to BC Hydro.

An outage south of Cedar Hill X-Road, East of Cadboro Bay Road, north of Weald Road and west of Midland Road is affecting 50 people.

In Metchosin, a downed wire has left 138 BC Hydro customers without power east of Gillespie Road, west of Eales Road and South of Kangaroo Road.

At least 40 people are being impacted by an outage east of Richmond Road, south of Dean Avenue, north of Allenby Street, west of Foul Bay road.

Additionally, an outage just west of Saanich Road and south of Stellys X-Road is affecting 273 people. According to BC Hydro, the cause of the outage is under investigation.

A large-scale outage along the Saanich Peninsula has left 1,484 BC Hydro customers without power east of Blackglama Place and north of Twin View Place.


 

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