After a night of blustery temperatures, power crews have restored electric service to thousands more local residents.
Only scattered outages remain the Bristol, Langhorne, Langhorne Manor, Penndel and Tullytown boroughs, according to PECO data.
In Middletown and Falls, the utility company reports that less than 1,500 customers remain without service.
Bristol Township still has several thousands customers in the dark as of Sunday morning, PECO said.
A caravan of utility trucks were seen heading through Langhorne toward the lower portion of the area Sunday morning, Levittown resident Melissa Casey reported on Facebook.
Electric crews worked Sunday morning along Friendly Lane in the Farmbrook neighborhood in Bristol Township, Janet Farides posted.
According to posts on the Levittown Patch Facebook account, many of the outages appear to be scattered throughout individual sections of Levittown.
A group of homes in the Quincy Hollow section of Middletown were without power as of Sunday morning, Tracy Fee wrote.
Throughout the weekend, MREs and bottled water were distributed to the powerless from the parking lot at the James Gallagher Senior Center located on the grounds of the Bristol Township Municipal Complex.
|Town||Number of customers without power|
|Bristol Borough||Scattered outages|
|Langhorne Borough||Scattered outages
|Langhorne Manor Borough||Scattered outages|
|Penndel Borough||Scattered outages|
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