(WGGB/WSHM) -- Tens of thousands of electric customers are without power after Tropical Storm Isaias moved through Western Massachusetts.

As of 8:20 a.m. Wednesday, Eversource is reporting over 27,000 outages in the area.  Some of the hardest hit communities include:

  • Springfield - 11,151
  • West Springfield - 2,637
  • Ludlow - 2,543
  • Longmeadow - 2,354
  • Southwick - 1,586
  • Agawam - 1,495

Meanwhile, National Grid is reporting over 33,000 outages across western Massachusetts Wednesday morning.

  • Wilbraham - 5,734
  • East Longmeadow - 5,036
  • Belchertown - 3,551
  • Monson - 2,569
  • Palmer - 1,948
  • Ware - 1,903
  • Holland - 1,475
  • Brimfield - 1,165
  • Hampden - 1,101
  • Sheffied - 1,067
  • Wales - 1,004

Westfield Gas and Electric also reports that parts of the city are also without power.  

In addition, Chicopee Electric Light said that they are aware of "multiple outages" in the city.

Statewide, MEMA is reporting over 135,000 outages across the Bay State.

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