Two New Hampshire utility companies expect to restore power ahead of schedule to 4,300 household still without it after the a Thanksgiving eve snowstorm.
Public Service of New Hampshire officials say they expect to restore power to most of the 1,500 customers still in the dark by Sunday night.
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative officials say they expect to restore power Sunday to most of its 2,800 customers still without it in the southeastern part of the state.
At the peak of the outages, more than 300,000 households and businesses were without power and families scrambled to make alternate plans for their Thanksgiving feasts.
PSNH enlisted more than 1,500 line workers and tree specialists from across the U.S. and Canada to battle the fourth largest storm in its history.