We drove back from Springfield IL to Madison WI a couple weeks ago (7/23), and as we approached the Rockford Supercharger we had to detour due to a tree down, and then there were two traffic lights out with police officers directing traffic. We pulled into the mall parking lot and backed up to the SC. Strangely, the button on the charger would not open the charge port door. I opened it with my keyfob and inserted the plug, but it did not light up. It took me that long to finally connect the dots -- big storm, power out, no juice for the Supercharger, and no juice for me. We went to the B&N, got some coffee and pondered our options. I was pretty sure we could get home with the remaining charge (car said 82 miles left, map said 78 miles to drive), but with the weather we didn't want to chance it. I found an L2 charger in Janesville (along our way back to Madison) and made it home... with exactly as many miles left as we put in at the L2 (in other words, I think we would have made it back home with 0 miles remaining. Maybe.) I think my L2 at home got zapped in the same storm because two days later it stopped working. It's an old 240V Voltec from when I had the Volt. So for the rest of the week I was charging on 120V at 3 mph. Kind of like the opposite of a Supercharger! I fixed the Voltec so everything is back to normal, but it was a fun week for charging weirdness, so I thought I'd share. P.S. I thought about calling Tesla to tell them about it, but I figured they have telemetry on those things. I was a bit surprised that the car didn't tell me that the SC it was routing me to was out, but maybe it takes a while for them to realize it is down.