Thousands in the state remained without power after a Saturday windstorm, but the lights of South Sound residents were back on Sunday.
About 150,000 people lost power in the Puget Sound area, and 10,000 or so didn’t have it back Sunday in King, Kitsap and Snohomish counties.
Puget Sound Energy expected most power to be back on by Sunday night.
On Saturday, roughly 1,000 Tacoma Public Utilities customers lost power and had it restored again, spokeswoman Chris Gleason said. There were no new outages Sunday, she added.
TPU said on Facebook just after 3 p.m. Saturday that an outage in Puyallup had affected about 740 homes and businesses. About 6:30 p.m., the agency said power had been restored. They told The News Tribune about 370 customers had been without power midafternoon Saturday near China Lake Park west of state Route 16.
Peninsula Light Co. said about 1:30 p.m. Saturday via Twitter that it had 1,300 customers without power. Twenty different outages were responsible for the 900 residents still without power about 8 p.m., they said.
The roughly 24 residents without power about 1:40 a.m. Sunday were expected to have power resorted just after 2 a.m., officials said.
News Tribune staff writer Alexis Krell contributed to this report.