God trying to get your attention DC?: D.C. area power outages after storm could last for days

By Donna St. George, Ted Trautman and Mihir Zaveri

As the temperature crept past 90 degrees Sunday afternoon, the number left to swelter without out power in the Washington region crept down by degrees, but many braced for life without air conditioning, lights and refrigeration for days to come.

The number without power was dropping by the hour — 739,187 at noon, down by almost 40,000 since 8:30 a.m. — and power was fully restored to water pumping stations in Maryland, ending mandatory water restrictions in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.

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