Updated, 2:45 p.m. July 12
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1 p.m. July 12
Traffic lights along Deerpath in Lake Forest continue to be out, and several businesses noted in the morning update are open, but using available daylight for operation since the power outage stole their lights.
It varies from store to store. Best to call ahead if you are heading out.
In Market Square, the south side is without power, but several of the businesses, like Williams-Sonoma, are open but using available daylight. The north side appears unaffected.
If you head out of Lake Bluff on Sheridan Road, you will find no lighted intersections on Route 137 (Buckley Road) heading west until you reach Waukegan Road.
10:30 a.m. July 12
left a trail of power outage's and downed trees in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff on Tuesday morning.
Green Bay Road remains partially closed in Lake Forest starting at Laurel Avenue and extending north to Alden Lane.
A down power line in the 1100 block of Green Bay Road remains dangling.
Much of downtown Lake Bluff remains in the dark.
Businesses on the south side of East Scranton Avenue, east of Walnut Avenue, were dark Tuesday morning due to continued power outtages that began during Monday's storm. sent out an e-mail to its customers Tuesday morning saying they would be closed again due to the power issue.
Monday night's Village Board meeting was moved to the due to the lack of power. Businesses on the north side of East Scranton, such as the Lake Bluff Post Office, are open.
The businesses west of Walnut Avenue on East Scranton, such as and , are also open.
In Lake Forest, businesses along the 600 and 700 blocks of Oakwood Avenue are without power for a second straight day, according to a caller from the area. Businesses impacted include , , Lake Forest Food and Wine, Griffith Grant & Lackey, Coldwell Banker, and .