MIDSTATE, Pa. (WHTM) — Because of the winter storm impacting the Midstate, many people are without power or encountering driving hazards.

As of 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 23, below are the current power outages that have been reported across the Midstate.

PPL:

  • Cumberland: 693 customers affected
  • Dauphin: 593 customers affected
  • Juniata: 207 customers affected
  • Lancaster: 3,237 customers affected
  • Perry: 2,559 customers affected
  • York: 746 customers affected

FirstEnergy/Penelec:

  • Adams: 880 customers affected
  • Cumberland: 317 customers affected
  • Dauphin: 208 customers affected
  • Franklin: 229 customers affected
  • Lebanon: 278 customers affected
  • York: 1,220 customers affected

PECO:

  •  York: 100 customers affected

Along with power outages, 511PA is reporting over a dozen reports of trees down, wires down, or flooding on roadways.

511PA incident reports as of 7:00 p.m., including down trees & wires, as well as flooding

For information on how to stay prepared in case of a power outage, click here

The abc27 weather team says wind gusts up to 50-60 mph can occur as temperatures sink into the teens by this afternoon. This is a powerful front that will deliver extreme cold behind it. We will also see temperatures dipping from the teens into the single digits overnight.

The winds will continue to howl and wind chill values of -10 to -20 are likely from late today through early Saturday.