Jul 24, 2016 10:00 AM

UPDATE: Thousands in NH still without power after Saturday's damaging thunderstorms

The Associated Press

CONCORD (AP) — New Hampshire utility companies report that about 14,000 customers were still without power Sunday after thunderstorms brought high winds that toppled trees that brought down power lines.

Eversource crews are working to restore power to more than 10,000, down from a peak of about 60,000 outages in the aftermath of Saturday's storm. Most of those still without power are in New London, Wilmot, Loudon and Hopkinton, but many municipalities have scattered outages.

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative is reporting nearly 3,500 customers still without power, down from a peak of 9,500.

Unitil says most of its 350 customers still without power are in the greater Concord area. More than 12,000 Unitil customers lost power Saturday.

The utility companies say some customers may not have their power restored until Monday.

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