Winds have knocked out power to a few neighbourhoods around Langley. (Black Press Media file)

VIDEO: Power outages starting around Langley

Almost 300 customers are affected so far but stronger winds are forecast

Pockets of Langley are without power as strong winds hit the area.

Just before lunch, about 1,000 customers lost power in Brookswood and east Surrey (192nd to 202A Streets and 32nd to 44th Avenue.

The other new outage is affecting 570 customers in an area from 54th Avenue as far north as 84th Avenue in the area of 256th Street.

Just over 240 customers are without power in the south Otter area from 232nd to 248th and between 24th and 40th Avenues.

Another 140 people in the area of Saddlehorn and Robertson Crescents have no electricity.

A handful of customers are out in Langley Meadows with no estimated time for repairs to be done.

Another 33 customers in Glen Valley east of 272nd Street have no power. It’s linked to a larger outage that is also affecting Maple Ridge and Abbotsford. There is no estimate given on when their power will be fixed.

People can track outages on the BC Hydro website. Sometimes BC Hydro will give estimates on when it expects to have the power back on.

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