The Governor’s Executive Order to keep motorists off roadways went into effect at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8.  This is the view of what would be the
The Governor's Executive Order to keep motorists off roadways went into effect at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8. This is the view of what would be the traditional Friday afternoon "rush hour" on Route 2 as seen from the Route 110/111 overpass - nearly no traffic whatsoever. As of Saturday morning at 6 a.m., that order remains in effect. (Nashoba Publishing/Mary Arata)

REGION - As the snow continues to fall, Nashoba Valley communities seem to have electricity at 6 a.m. National Grid reports limited-to-few outages locally in Middlesex and Worcester Counties. Unitil reports none of it's 29,024 Central Massachusetts customers are without power. All information gathered here comes from both companies' websites and report that they're updated frequently.

UNITIL - at 6 a.m. - no Central Mass. customers affected. Hardest hit for Unitil is the New Hampshire Seacoast, with 425 of 45,590 customers without power.

National Grid - MIDDLESEX COUNTY @ 5:48 a.m.

Hardest hit is Chelmsford, with 98 of 15,350 customers w/o power

Ayer (3,932 customers) 0 affected

Lowell (42,413 customers) less than 5 customers affected

Shirley (2,773 customers) 0 affected

Tewksbury (12,473 customers) 0 affected

Westford (9,287 customers) 0 affected

National Grid - WORCESTER COUNTY @ 6:02 a.m.

Hardest hit is Webster, with 196 of 8,945 customers w/o power

Berlin (1,327 customers) 0 affected

Bolton (1,933 customers) 0 affected

Clinton (7,010 customers) 0 affected

Harvard (2,289 customers) 0 affected

Lancaster (2,975 customers) 0 affected

Leominster (19,079 customers) 0 affected

Worcester (77,595 customers) less than 5 customers affected