Long Island/NY update
The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has been asked to dump 46,000 megawatts of power - meaning approximately 45,000 homes who had electricity stored will go without once more, as rolling blackouts go into effect.
They are trying to conserve energy around here, especially as the temperature and humidity rises. Government businesses are being asked to close down for the day and they are practically begging people to not turn their air conditioners on.
The Long Island Railroad is still down - even if your workplace in the city is open, it's not advised that you try to get there.
I don't know if my power will stay on, but Command Post is doing a bang-up job of covering all the affected areas.
Susanna is covering Bloomberg's press conference live.