9 p.m. UPDATE - The heavy winds have stopped the line crews from using the bucket trucks. As of 9 p.m. there were still about 2200 customers awaiting restoration from Thursday's snowstorm, but the heavy winds have added to the outage totals. There were 13,226 customers without power as of 9 p.m. with 4,881 customers in Hancock County, 5,162 customers in Penobscot County and 1,414 customers in Washington County.

4 p.m. UPDATE - Even as Emera Maine restores power to those affected from Thursday's Nor'Easter, more customers are being impacted by the strong winds on Monday afternoon, April 13th, and are losing power.  As of 4 p.m. there were 7448 customers without power with 662 customers in Hancock County and 3,728 customers in Penobscot County and 1264 customers in Washington County without power

As of 11a.m. on Monday, April 13th, 5,262  Emera Maine customers were without power from Thursday night's Nor'Easter, down from a peak of over 71,000 on Friday morning. There were 647 customers in Hancock County and 3,503 customers in Penobscot County without power

Emera Maine released a list of streets and towns they hope to have power restored to by Monday night, April 13th at 10 p.m.

Efforts may be complicated by the upcoming storm Monday afternoon/evening.

Customers may report outages via Emera's website or by calling the Customer Contact Center at (207) 973-2000 or 1-855-EMERA11 (1-855-363-7211).