A widespread, multi-impact storm system brought high winds across the Eastern United States, including snow in some northern regions, beginning on Saturday and lasting into Sunday, according to the Department of Energy (DOE).
Since Saturday, impacted utilities have reported at least 590,438 customers lost power as a result. Several utilities said strong wind gusts downed power lines and toppled trees. As of 3:30 p.m. EDT Monday, 18,046 customers remained without power.
JCP&L, the hardest hit utility with 90,800 customer outages in New Jersey, expects full power restoration by midnight on Monday.