More than 4,000 people across New York and New Jersey are without power Tuesday morning as a nor’easter continues to drench the region.
Con Edison reported 1,500 of its customers had lost power as of about 7 a.m.
In the Big Apple, the majority of the outages are in Queens — with 605 people affected, according to the utility company.
Sixty-seven people lost power in Staten Island and only two in Brooklyn.
No outages were reported in the Bronx or Manhattan.
In Westchester, 876 people lost power Tuesday morning.
PSEG Long Island reported 149 customers without power — 125 in Suffolk County, 23 in Nassau and less than 5 on the Rockaway Peninsula.
In New Jersey, PSEG reported 119 people had lost power — with the majority, 41, in Gloucester County.
Meanwhile, Jersey Central Power and Light reported that 2,333 people had lost power — with a whopping 1,186 of those customers in Monmouth County.
A flash flood watch is also in effect for the entire tri-state area Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
“We wake to heavy rain falling across the Tri-State as a strong coastal low develops offshore,” the agency said in a tweet. “Several additional inches of rainfall is expected. Take it slow and allow yourself extra time if traveling today.”
Strong winds are expected across coastal portions of the region Tuesday into Wednesday, the NWS said.
Minor coastal flooding is expected, with “a few pockets” of moderate coastal flooding during times of high tide Tuesday.
Several school districts, private schools and universities in New Jersey closed Tuesday amid the storm, according to WPIX.