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Here is the latest on Irma’s impact across the Lakelands: 6:20 p.m. Schools in Ware Shoals will be open tomorrow, Greenwood County School District 51 announced on Facebook.
Schools across the Lakelands were canceled Monday and Tuesday because of the storm.
More than 9,000 Duke customers are without power in Greenwood, Abbeville and Laurens counties, with the utility reporting 200 outages across those three counties.
The electric co-ops report close to 6,000 customers without power in Abbeville, McCormick, Laurens and Saluda counties.
All school districts in the Lakelands had canceled school Monday and Tuesday because of Irma.
A tree has been cleared from Reynolds Avenue, the City of Greenwood announced on Facebook, and no other roads appear to be closed in Greenwood County.
More than 20,000 people were without power, including nearly 6,000 in Greenwood County, nearly 4,500 in Abbeville County, more than 3,500 in McCormick County, nearly 6,000 in Laurens County and more than 700 in Saluda County, according to online outage maps from Duke Energy and the Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina.
"We still have power outages, there’s over 7,000 customers without power this morning," he said.
"They’re out working this morning to clear those roads," he said.
The power outages and concerns about trees on roads led administrators to cancel school for Tuesday in Ninety Six, Abbeville, Ware Shoals, Laurens and Clinton, while schools in Greenwood and McCormick were on two-hour delays.