9 p.m. UPDATE - Emera Maine still has 5165 customers without power, although they have restored service to more than 20,000 customers Tuesday, including 99 percent of those affected by last week's nor'easter. About 100 crews will continue working to restore service to remaining customers Wednesday, and it's expected that nearly all customers will be reconnected. As of 9 p.m. there were 3,796 customers in Hancock County, 1,113 customers in Penobscot County and 42 customers in Washington County without service.

4 p.m. UPDATE - Emera Maine has released a new list of streets and towns where they are working this afternoon/eveing in the hopes of restoring power They continue to have crews focused on restoring service to those who are still out from the last storm and expect to restore service to 80% of those affect by Tuesday night and 98% of all customers affected by storms before end-of-day Wednesday. As of 4 p.m. there were 5,020 customers without power in Hancock County, 1,761 customers without power in Penobscot County and 920 customers without power in Washington County.

11 a.m. UPDATE - Emera Maine has released a list of streets and towns where they are working today, in the hopes of restoring power They continue to have crews focused on restoring service to those who are still out from the last storm and expect to restore service to 98% of all customers affected by storms before end-of-day Thursday. There were 6,518 customers without power in Hancock County, 3,384 customers without power in Penobscot County and 3,886 customers without power in Washington County.

The sun is out and hope springs eternal for those without power. On Tuesday, April 14th, at 7:45 a.m there were 23,128 Emera Maine customers without power, with some still not having power from Thursday's snowstorm, but the vast majority, over 20,000 losing power in last night's windstorm.

There were 7,147 customers in Hancock County, 7,310 customers in Penobscot County and 8,293 in Washington County without power.

Crews will continue to address downed lines and emergency situations while repairing damage and restoring service. More information about restoration times will be offered as further damage is assessed and addressed.

To see the latest outage and restoration map click HERE

Emera Maine has received assistance from Northern Line Construction of Dover-Foxcroft, Holland Power Services and Gagnon Line Construction of New Brunswick, and 3 Phase Line Construction of New Hampshire.as well as Unitil crews out of New Hampshire. More than 80 line crews -- alongside power system technicians, planners and others performing emergency services on site -- will be working to restore service Tuesday morning.