Update at 5:10 p.m. — A power outage near the southern tip of the county has prompted the closure of the Fairlington Community Center, according to the parks department.
Weather Alert: 5/30 – Fairlington Community Center is closed due to power outage. All classes, activities, meetings and events are cancelled.
— ARL VA Parks & Rec (@arlparksrec) May 30, 2019
Update at 4:15 p.m. — Power has been restored to most of the residential north Arlington neighborhoods affected by the earlier outage, but the Virginia Square outage is ongoing. George Mason University’s Arlington campus closed around 3:30 p.m. as a result of the outage, which Dominion says is affecting just over 100 customers.
Mason Alert: Arlington Campus will close today May 30th at 3:30pm, due to power outage.
— George Mason News (@GeorgeMasonNews) May 30, 2019
Earlier: A portion of residential north Arlington is without power, ahead of the arrival of a line of storms.
The outage was reported amid calm weather, with more than 500 Dominion customers affected and a restoration time of 5-8 p.m., according to the power company’s online map. Earlier Thursday afternoon, nearly 2,500 customers were reported to be in the dark.
The cause of the outage is listed as “pending investigation.” Among the affected neighborhoods are Dover Crystal, Riverwood, Woodmont and Maywood.
A smaller outage was also reported in the Virginia Square area this afternoon.
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