ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Power has begun to restore as strong winds and rain have calmed Sunday morning.
On Saturday, peak power outages were throughout the afternoon, slowly declining throughout the night.
As of 2 p.m. Sunday, RG&E is reporting a little under 600 customers without power.
In Monroe County, around 470 people are without power, down from the roughly 1,200 blackouts at the storm’s peak. In Wayne County, one home remains without power — the county peaked at 1,600 outages early Saturday afternoon.
Ontario County sees 100 outages, and Allegany County has 20 homes without power.
For customers of the National Grid, while power was restored to most home Saturday evening, outages are beginning to increase Sunday morning.
Genesee County has 70 customers affected, down from a 1,600 peak early Sunday morning. Ontario County has roughly 12 outages.
Monroe County has four outages, after a Sunday morning peak of over 900 outages.
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Sunday, winds die down slowly across the region, but we remain partly cloudy and breezy. Temperatures will drop behind the front resulting in a few rain mixed with some snow showers of little consequence. There’s a decent shot at getting some sunshine late Sunday afternoon behind this system with highs a bit cooler in the low 40s.