10 p.m. Sunday update:

The number of people without power in York County has dwindled to less than 1,500.

Of those, 99 are Met-Ed customers, according to its website.

The remaining 1,263 are PECO customers, according to its website.

All PECO customers are in southern York County where 759 customers in Peach Bottom Township and 464 in Lower Chanceford Township are without power.

8 p.m. Sunday update:

Power nearly fully restored to Met-Ed customers in York County.

Chris Eck, company spokesman said about 600 customers remained without power Sunday afternoon. Power is expected to be fully restored later that night.

PECO is reporting on its website that 2,384 customers in the county remained without power Sunday night. The majority of those customers are Peach Bottom Township where 1,359 are without electricity, according to its website.

4 p.m. Sunday update: The number of power outages in York County has dropped dramatically over the past few hours.

Met-Ed reports that almost 700 customers are without power. The only area in the county with more than 100 outages is Hopewell Township, with 153, according to the power company's website.

But Peco says 2,351 of its customers -- more than half its clientele -- are still without power. Peach Bottom Township has 1,337 customers affected; Lower Chanceford Township has 575; Delta has 425; Fawn Township has 14, according to the company's website.

PPL still reports that none of its York County customers are without power.

11 a.m. Sunday update: Met-Ed reports that about 2,660 York County customers still don't have power.

There are still 768 York City customers in the dark, with 204 outages in Shrewsbury Township and 189 in Hopewell Township, according to the power company's website. Lower Windsor Township's total of 53 customers affected is far from last night's figure, which was around 700.

Peco's website says that nearly 3,000 of its customers are without power, with 1,854 outages in Peach Bottom Township; 644 in Lower Chanceford Township; 425 in Delta; and 50 in Fawn Township.

PPL reports that none of its York County customers are currently affected.

Midnight update: By the end of day Saturday, Met-Ed was reporting that about 3,860 York County customers are still without power.

Those outages are widespread, with customers still without power in more than 50 York County municipalities.

Nearly 800 customers are still without power in York City and about 700 are in the same situation in Lower Windsor Township.

Other municipalities with more than 100 customers still affected include Chanceford, Codorus, Fawn, Hellam, Hopewell, Shrewsbury, Spring Garden, Springettsbury, Springfield and West Manchester townships.

9 p.m. Saturday update: Met-Ed reports 5,065 customers without power in York County, mostly in York City and the eastern parts of the county.

Peco, which serves parts of southeastern York County, still has 2,095 people without power, the company's site says. That's close to half the total number of customers Peco serves in York County, according to the site.

PPL's website now reports zero outages in York County.

4 p.m. Saturday update: Just below 9,000 remain without power in York County as of 4 p.m. Saturday, according to power company websites.

Met-Ed, the largest provider in York County, reports 8,881 customers without power. Though outages remain all around the county, most people still in the dark live in York City and rural areas in the south and east parts of the county.

PPL, another electricity provider, says only 60 of its customers remain without power. Of these, 52 live in Lower Windsor Township; the rest in Hellam, according to PPL's site.

Noon Saturday update: Met-Ed's website reports that 11,254 remain without power in York County.

The outages span the length and breath of the county. The site shows 1,200 still in the dark in York City; other areas hit particularly hard sit in the south and east parts of the county, like Shrewsbury and Lower Windsor Townships, respectively.

Met-Ed still aims to restore power to almost all by Sunday evening, the site says.

PPL's site reports 298 outages, 288 of which are in Lower Windsor Township.

Midnight update: By the end of Friday, Met-Ed had whittled the number of York County customers without power to about 12,400.

That compares to 26,000 who had been without power early Friday morning.

More than 1,000 customers are still in the dark in York City and in Chanceford Township.

At the end of the day, PPL was reporting about 300 customers still without power. Almost all were in Lower Windsor Township.

7 p.m. Update: A total 18,000 York County residents are still without power.

Of that amount, 17,458 are Met-Ed customers and 542 are PPL customers, according to outage reports from the two companies' websites.

According to the First Energy Storm Center website, areas with the largest number of people without electricity included Chanceford Township with 1,431 out; York City with 1,483 out and Codorus Township with 1,017 out.

For PPL, the largest concentration of customers without power are in Lower Windsor Township with 481 customers out, according to the company's website.

5 p.m. Update:: A total of 17,710 York County residents are still without power.

Of that amount, 17,163 are Met-Ed customers and 547 are PPL customers, according to outage reports from the two companies' websites.

According to the First Energy Storm Center website, areas with the largest number of people without electricity included Chanceford Township with 1,529; Lower Windsor Township with 1,070; and Codorus Township with 1,016.

For PPL, the largest concentration of customers without power are in Lower Windsor Township, with 483 customers out, according to the company's website.

4 p.m. update: Met-Ed is changing its estimates as to when outages will be restored.

The utility previously said 99 percent of all outages would be restored by the end of Saturday, but today the company said that figure looks more like 95 percent.

"We're seeing additional trees coming down," said company spokesman Chris Eck.

Late Friday afternoon the company reported 18,727 outages in York County.

Met-Ed still expects 90 percent of those outages to be restored by the end of Friday.

About 95 percent of the outages will be restored Saturday, and crews will continue working on the remaining outages until they're restored.

"We hope to have the remaining 5 percent cleared up by the end of Sunday," Eck said.

Met-Ed has 2,000 workers in York County.

"We'll keep them there until there's no more work for them to do," he said.

PPL is listing 545 outages in York County, with 481 customers without power in Lower Windsor Township.

1 p.m. update:Met-Ed reported 20,921 power outages in York County as of 1 p.m. Friday.

That's down from 24,781 outages reported Friday morning.

Much progress was made in Spring Garden and York townships, where outages have dropped to less than 1,000 customers in each community.

A high number of outages are still being reported in Chanceford Township, Codorus Township, Lower Windsor Township, New Freedom Borough, Newberry Township, Shrewsbury Township, Springettsbury Township and York City.

PPL is still listing 558 outages in York County, with 481 customers without power in Lower Windsor Township.

11 a.m. update:The number of power outages continues to decrease throughout York County, and Met-Ed expects to have all electricity restored on Sunday.

There were 24,781 customers without power late Friday morning, with most outages reported in Chanceford Township, Codorus Township, Lower Windsor Township, New Freedom Borough, Newberry Township, Shrewsbury Township, Spring Garden Township, Springettsbury Township, York City and York Township.

"It was a huge storm with massive damage, and it's taking a while to clear away," said Met-Ed spokesman Chris Eck.

The utility company still expects to have 90 percent of outages restored Friday and 99 percent on Saturday, he said.

PPL listed 558 outages at 11 a.m. Friday, and most were reported in Lower Windsor Township.

Previously reported:About 25,000 customers in York County remain without power Friday morning, but most areas are beginning to get back to normal after Tuesday's ice storm.

Most schools are operating on normal schedules, but Red Lion, South Eastern and Eastern York schools have a two-hour delay, as does the York County School of Technology, according to websites. Eastern York will not send buses on some roads, and students who miss school because of power outages and blocked roads will have excused absences, the district said.

At 5:30 a.m., power is still out for 25,458 Met-Ed customers in York County, with widespread outages reported in Chanceford Tonwship, Lower Windsor Township, New Freedom, Newberry Township, Shrewsbury Township, Springettsbury Township and York City, according to the First Energy website.

PPL reportes 547 customers still out, with the majority in Lower Windsor Township.