Updated, Nov. 4, 3:45 p.m.: PECO has estimated that 501 to 1,500 customers in Northampton Towship are still without power.
More than 87 percent of customers in the affected areas have had their power restored, according to a press release from PECO.
"PECO expects most of the remaining customers to have service restored by Sunday midnight," the release said. "Some customers in the most damaged and isolated areas may be without electric service until early in the week."
If you're still without power, when do you think it will be restored? Tell us in the comments.
Updated, Nov. 3, 2:20 p.m.: Roughly 1,501 to 3,500 customers are still without power in Northampton Township, according to PECO.
As of 2 p.m. on Saturday, 20,001 to 50,000 customers in Bucks County are still waiting for power to be restored. PECO is estimating that nearly all customers will have power by the end of the weekend, according to a press release from the utility company.
Original Story, Nov. 1: More than 3,500 customers throughout Northampton Township remain without power as of 5 p.m. on Thursday.
According to a spokesperson from PECO, more than 850,000 customers—which is more than half of all PECO customers—lost power due to Hurricane Sandy, but PECO has restored more than 75 percent or 650,000 customers' power so far.
Overall, 250,000 customers are still waiting for their power to be restored, Martha Phan, a spokesperson for PECO, told Northampton Patch. Bucks County, which still has 110,000 customers without power, and Montgomery County, which has 68,000 without power, were affected the worst.
Phan said she couldn't give specifics about when Northampton Township should expect complete power restoration, but that 80 to 90 percent of customers should be restored by Friday night, with the remaining customers being restored by the weekend.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has said PECO is doing an incredible job to restore service to customers impacted by Hurricane Sandy, but not everyone in Northampton Township feels that way.
"I think they've done a horrible job so far, considering I'm still sitting in the dark," Mike Sobczak posted on Northampton Patch's facebook.
PECO president and CEO Craig Adams said that he knows that customers are inconvenienced when they're without power, but that crews are working and "making tremendous progress restoring electric service to our customers."
"We will continue to work as safely and effectively as possible to restore service to customers as soon as we can," Adams said. "Given the massive destruction caused by this fierce storm, we ask our customers to be patient and thank them for their understanding as we continue our work."
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