Thousands of eastern Ontarians will likely have to wait until later today for their power to be restored.
Heavy snow and trees falling on power lines caused a series of outages yesterday (SUN).
Hydro crews got the lights back on for most people east of Ottawa, but more than six-thousand residents in Tweed, Perth, and Bancroft were still in the dark at midnight.
6:30 AM UPDATE: About 2 thousand homes and businesses remain without power north of Kaladar, in the Denbigh and Ompah areas.
Fog leading to ice covered trees and power lines caused widespread power outs Saturday night and yesterday, but most people have had their electricity returned.
For those still without power, Hydro One says the lights should be back on by noon, or by 3 this afternoon, at the latest.
11:15 AM UPDATE: Estimated time of restoration now 6pm