Power is almost fully restored in New Hampshire after the first storm of the season caused the fourth largest outage in the state's history.
As of Sunday morning, Public Service of New Hampshire reported about 1,700 outages, primarily in Bedford and Loudon. New Hampshire Electric Company reported 2,800, mainly in Durham and Lee.
Many New Hampshire residents have been without power since Wednesday. At the peak of the outage, 200,000 people were impacted.
Unitil has restored power to all of their customers. PSNH and NHEC expect power to be fully restored by Monday.