Communities across Massachusetts are still recovering from damage caused by Friday's nor'easter.
Over 300 thousand utility customers across the state lost power from the storm, and over 100 thousand were still in the dark early this morning.
Most Boston-area customers were restored by yesterday, but some people living on the South Shore and Cape Cod may have to wait until at least tomorrow or Wednesday for power.
Governor Charlie Baker says anyone who cannot safely stay in their homes should call 211 for help.
Meantime, at this end of the state, there was little of the massive damage that hit the Cape. But officials are getting ready for another winter storm that could hit Wednesday into Thursday that could bring a mixture of snow and rain.
(Photo Credit: Boston Department of Public Works)