UPDATE (10 p.m., Monday, Oct. 29) - Foxborough Fire Chief Roger Hatfield corrected his earlier statement to say it is in fact nearly 75 percent of the town without power as of Monday night.
"Need to correct the numbers," Hatfield said. "37 percent is the number of people with power in Foxborough so over 70 percent of the town is currently without power."
For the latest power outage figures in Foxborough, click the National Grid power outage map here.
UPDATE (7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 29) - Foxborough Fire Chief Roger Hatfield says 37 percent of the town is currently without power as of 7 p.m. Monday evening.
Hatfield said National Grid is ready and waiting to get into town and start restoring power but cannot do so until wind conditions drop below 30 mph, which appears to be happening now.
"The wind, to my understanding, has dropped below 30 mph," Hatfield said. "I will try and get an answer from them on when the crews will begin [addressing the power outages in town]."
Hatfield said National Grid has identified four areas that are causing 37 percent of the town to be without power.
"We are just waiting to figure out when they can get in here and start fixing it," Hatfield said.
Those four areas are:
- Mechanic and Lane streets
- Pleasant Street
- Hope Avenue
- Main Street and Colony Road
As of 7:10 p.m. National Grid is reporting eight power outages in Foxborough affecting 5,644 customers.
Areas being reported with no power by Foxborough Patch readers:
- Hill Street
- Mill Street
- Carmine Avenue
- Harden Road
- Comey Avenue
- Messinger Avenue
- Central Street
- Pine Street
- Chestnut Street
- Highland Street
- South Street
- North Street
- Wall Street
ORIGINAL POST (8:40 a.m., Monday, Oct. 29) - To view National Grid's power outage map, click here.
As the storm progresses throughout Monday into Tuesday, we're using this space to ask readers which streets, neighborhoods and lcoal businesses are without power in Foxborough.
In the comments section below, let us know if you are without power or if there has been any storm-related damage in your area. Think of this article as a quick and effective way to check on your neighbors throughout town and let them know how you're holding up as well.
Note: This article will be updated continuously.