Six of York Water's facilities were without power Tuesday morning, but the company weathered the storm very well, according to CEO Jeff Hines.
None of the company's customers lost water service as a result of the storm, he said.
Lake Redman and Lake Williams - both managed by the company - were full Tuesday morning, but Hines said it wasn't cause for concern.
Five inches poured into the lakes and local tributaries, but it wasn't as bad as Tropical Storm Lee last year, he said.
For example, the flow of the Codorus Creek was 11,000 cubic feet per second Tuesday morning. During Tropical Storm Lee, it was 16,000 cubic feet per second.
The creek's capacity is 24,000 cubic feet per second before it floods York City, Hines said.
York Water crews expect high water to begin receding.