FPL reports that almost all - 181,000 of their 210,000 customers in Collier remain without power, and has said that it could take until September 22 until power is restored to Florida's west coast.
Florida has been the hardest-hit by Hurricane Irma, with almost every county reporting outages of at least 20 percent as of Monday, according to data from the state Office of Emergency Management. As of Tuesday morning, Charlton, Camden and Glynn Counties all showed outages, with Georgia Power customers in Glynn County experiencing the most. However, Florida Power and Light has made it their mission to restore power as quickly as possible.
It may be weeks before some get their power back, because electrical systems in some areas may need rebuilding, FPL has warned.
As the storm moved to Atlanta Monday, it caused outages for more than a million customers across Georgia.
To the south, over 93,000 Florida Power & Light customers in St. Johns and Flagler Counties are without power Tuesday morning.
Across the country, only about 20 percent of US power lines are underground, the Energy Information Agency reports.
Duke Energy, which serves 1.8 million customers in parts of central and northwestern Florida, is trying to restore service to 1.2 million residences and businesses. On the coasts, storm surges and flooding remain a threat - much of Jacksonville, Fla. was underwater on Monday in the midst of record-high flooding.
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And the proportion of Americans without health insurance declined to 8.8 percent, the report showed, down from 9.1 percent. About 1.2 million more Americans earned income in 2016 than in 2015, and 2.2 million more had full-time year-round jobs.
It was too soon to say what the power restoration would cost FPL, but in 2016, the company said it spent about $315 million to restore power after Hurricanes Hermine and Matthew, according to NextEra's federal filings.
FPL has only been providing outage information at the county level and a media relations spokesperson said it is not able to give outages by areas at this time.
Getting that power back online may require the help of 50,000 to 60,000 workers from all over the United States and Canada, according to Southern Company CEO and Chairman Thomas Fanning.
Then neighborhood around Emil Avenue in Fort Pierce has flooded streets from Hurricane Irma.
"Certainly, if you are a customer on a feeder line that feeds a hospital, more than likely you are going to have service restored to you before others", Gould said.
FPL said its two nuclear plants in Florida were safe.
The remaining reactor was shut down Saturday when Category 1 hurricane-force winds were predicted in the area.
After days of major difficulties in communicating with the island, "some communication" has now been restored, he said. French President Emmanuel Macron flew into Guadeloupe and was heading to the hard-hit French-Dutch island of St.
The council banned North Korean textile exports, an important source of hard currency, and capped its imports of crude oil. The US official said the ban on textile exports would deprive North Korea of some $726 million in annual revenue.
The world will witness how the DPRK tames the USA gangsters by taking series of action tougher than they have ever envisaged. The United States and its allies had pushed for new sanctions to increase pressure on North Korea to agree to negotiations.
One example shown featured using an Major League Baseball app to see play stats over the field while you're at the ballpark. The new version, called Apple Watch Series 3 , will use an existing iPhone phone number when making calls, Apple said.
Rumors have swirled for a few days about Okami HD getting a re-release on modern-day devices, and Capcom confirmed it today. Interestingly, it'll be possible to toggle between widescreen format or the original release's 4:3 aspect ratio.
The first was over the Florida Keys, and the second, over Marco Island, left the island without water and power, authorities said. In Florida, the state's biggest electric company said its outages came to more than 3.6 million by 8:30 a.m. on Monday.
A college official said the officer was following instructions to crack down on illegal vendors outside the campus event venues. Flores later met with the vendor , Juan , and conducted a number of media interviews to highlight the fundraising effort.
He said: "An early-season storm will aim for the United Kingdom on Sunday, bringing the potential for damaging winds ". Please stay up to date with the weather warnings via the Met Office and stay Weather Aware.
But Windsor , who had just turned 84 when the Supreme Court ruled in her favor, became an icon for gay marriage activists. Something like three weeks before Thea died she said: 'Jesus we're still in love, aren't we'".
A local worker who was near the accident, Diego Vitagliano, told the BBC that it was "the worst thing he had seen in his life". The family of four from northeastern Italy was on vacation in Pozzuoli, viewing the sulfurous Solfatara crater.
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Responding to the announcement, TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said "this below-inflation pay offer is pathetic". Unison general secretary, Dave Prentis, said: "It's a tiny step in the right direction but not almost enough".
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Woods later dropped the suit after receiving a letter signed by the user acknowledging that he didn't know if Woods used cocaine. Again, the actor did not respond directly to the allegations, but did respond to a question by someone on Twitter .
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But several politicians have said they would vote against same-sex couples being able to Wednesday regardless of public opinion. Turnbull added that the Marriage Act could be amended by the end of the year if support for a change is seen in the survey.
Pres. Trump to Meet With PM of Malaysia
He said this at a gathering with Malaysian students and Malaysians living in the United States, at the Malaysian Embassy here. The White House says the meeting will focus primarily on security issues and North Korea, and not the corruption scandal .
Irma leaves two thirds of Florida without power
Search and rescue teams in Florida are swinging into action as daylight reveals the extent of damage wreaked by Hurricane Irma. Across the Caribbean , more than 30 people were killed by Irma, including 10 in Cuba , state authorities announced on Monday.