PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Thousands of customers were still without power Sunday, two days after a powerful nor’easter slammed the region.


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PECO reports more than 64,000 customers were dealing with power outages, including 24,000 in Montgomery County, 25,500 in Delaware County and 6,000 in Bucks County.

According to PPL Electric Utilities, more than 35,000 customers are without power in Pennsylvania.

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New Jersey was also dealing with thousands of outages as well. PSE&G said they had more than 900 customers are without power.

According to Atlantic City Electric, 650 customers remain without power.

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Delaware was dealing with thousands of outages as well. Delmarva Power is reporting over 1,300 customers without power.