More people across East Tennessee are seeing power restored as crews continue to work through the weekend.
As of 9:00 Sunday morning, around 100 KUB customers have no power. Fort Loudoun Electric Cooperative says approximately 350 of their customers are still in the dark.
Fort Loudoun says additional crews from Kentucky and Georgia have come in to help power restoration efforts.
Sevier County Electric reported Sunday morning approximately 1500 customers without power, but expect to have them all restored by the end of Sunday.
KUB says they expect their customers to have power restored by the end of Sunday as well.
According to the utilities board, crews are working 16-hour rotating shifts to get power back on. They say most of the remaining jobs involve service lines and transformers. Some of those jobs include tree damage that only disrupted power to one or two customers.
For the latest information on power outages for KUB customers, you can visit their website at http://www.kgis.org/website/kub_outage/mainpage.htm.