Monday morning update:

About a hundred Met-Ed and PPL Electric Utilities customers are without power this morning in a number of areas throughout York County. Power is expected to be fully restored by 11 a.m.


The lights are coming back on for Met-Ed and PPL Electric Utilities customers left in the dark after a storm passed through York County on Sunday night.

But 733 Met-Ed customers still don't have power as of 10:55 p.m., according to the company.

PPL, which has been under a storm emergency since 6 p.m., is reporting that 400 of its customers remain without power.

Between the two companies, 1,133 customers remain in the dark.

Previously reported:

Storms passing through the area have knocked out power to more than 2,000 electric customers as of 9:21 p.m.

All told, 1,320 Met-Ed customers in the county are in the dark. The most-affected area is Windsor Township, where 434 customers are without power, according to the company.


PPL is reporting 725 of its customers are without power. Of those customers, 514 are in Fairview Township and 206 are in Wrightsville, according to the company.

The eastern part of the county was hit hardest by the storm. First responders have been dispatched to numerous reports of flooded roads, downed tree limbs and wires on fire there.

You can share photos of the storm and its aftermath at the York Dispatch Facebook page.

Check back later for additional details.