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"Continued thousands to be without power in Norrtälje"

"Over 100 000 were affected by power outages associated with the storm, Alfrida. Many people have got the power back, but in the municipality of Norrtälje is thousands of households still without electricity."

"the Waterfall, states on its website that about 9 700 customers are affected by the ongoing disruption, as a consequence of Alfrida. The worst part is the municipality of Norrtälje, where the majority of the presence of power, households are."

"– In Norrtälje, is about 8 800. The majority lose their power is in Norrtälje, sweden and mainly in the Norrtälje archipelago, " says Mikael Björnér, press officer at Vattenfall Eldistribution."

"Many households will have to wait for the tide during the week, and the forecast remains that the electricity should be back on 10 January."

"– some will have to wait for it. It is difficult to assess the situation accurately, and we are working as hard as we can with full staffing and extra resources, " says Björnér."

"Ellevio had at most around 30 000 lose their power customers and the hardest hit was Vallentuna, north of Stockholm. The power company said on Monday that all got to back the tide."

"– On the afternoon of the fifth of January was the last back in, " says Jonathan Björck, head of media relations at Ellevio."

"Of Eon estimates that approximately 150 households is the presence of power, but the hope is that the electricity shall come back within the next day."

"– more and More stormskadade wiring are reset, and the number of affected customers continue steadily to reduce. According to our assessment, a majority of the remaining customers, with a break to have power back on Monday evening, says Pernilla Schoug, communications manager at Eon."

"Alfrida occurred by an intense low pressure area that moved from Iceland to northern Scandinavia, and then turn southeast towards Finland and the Baltic countries."

"Behind the low the wind blew strong and gusty them up."

"At several kuststationer reached the winds to hurricane-force – maximum speed, 38,5 metres per second, measured at Örskär in the Uppland archipelago."

"Even in the hinterland, there were gusts to 25 metres per second was measured in Malung and at Uppsala airport."

"As is customary named the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute Alfrida according to the calendar namnsdagar. The storm would actually have been called "Svea", but the name was taken by a storm by the year 2015."

"When the last storm was named Knud, it was now time for a female name, and therefore the choice fell on the Alfrida, who has name day on January 3."

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