Updated Storm Outages and Road Closures 

A November storm pounded much of the state Monday morning.Central Maine Power is reporting more than 60,000 customers without power including a number of schools that cancelled classes for the day.Most of those were in Cumberland, Androscoggin, and Sagadahoc Counties.Bangor Hydro has 352 outages as of 11 a.m. At their peak, there were 738 outages, mostly in Penobscot County.Route 3 in Augusta just re-opened around 11:15 a.m. It was shut down for most of the morning because of debris in the road. Route 220 and Frye Mountain Road in Montville was blocked off at noon because of flooding. And, there are multiple road closures in Knox County, including Camden, Saint George, Rockland, Cushing, South Thomaston and Warren.There were reports of a tree and power lines that fell down along the Long Falls Dam Road in Highland Plantation, that has since re-opened.