Matt Moran, a trimmer with Townsend Tree Service, cuts a fallen tree limb from a power line on 19th Avenue that fell as a result of the strong winds from Hurricane Sandy, Monday, Oct., 29, 2012, in Sea Cliff, N.Y. / AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek
Last Updated 2:43 p.m. ET
More than 7.9 million utility customers across the Mid-Atlantic States and New England were without power Tuesday, after Superstorm Sandy made landfall with hurricane-force winds and torrential flooding.
Delaware and Maryland
Delmarva reports more than 42,000 customers lost power.
BGE reports more than 160,000 customers are still without power.
PEPCO had at least 11,000 customers without power.
More than 50,000 outages were reported by Mon Power and Potomac Edison.
NStar reported more than 162,000 outages.
National Grid says more than 210,000 customers had lost power.
DTE reports about 110,000 customers without power. CMS reports about 3,900 customers are affected.
National Grid says about 11,600 customers are without power.
Public Service Electric & Gas, which is tweeting outage information, says at least 1.4 million customers are offline. Jersey Central Power & Light, which publishes map of outages, is reporting more than 969,000 homes lost power. Atlantic City Electric has more than 184,000 customers without power.
National Grid says nearly 16,000 customers are without service.
First Energy reports more than 238,000 customers reported blackouts.
Peco in southeastern Pennsylvania was reporting more than 585,000 customers affected.
FirstEnergy was reporting more than 213,000 customers were without power.
National Grid says more than 163,000 customers had lost power.
Green Mountain Power reports more than 7,200 customers affected.
Dominion Virginia says more than 76,000 customers were without service.