(KXNET) — Power has been restored to nearly all the customers affected in the western half of North Dakota.

Power started going out to homes early Thursday morning during the winter storm. At one point, more than 1,100 people w2ere without power.

Earlier Friday morning, about 700 were still without power.

But by noon, service had been restored to almost everyone affected:

Emmons County: Montana-Dakota Utilities reports on its outage map that it is down to a handful of customers still without power. No word yet on when power will be restored. in the Linton and Hazelton areas.

Williams/Mountrail counties: Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative reports, “All residential outages have been restored! A huge shout-out to our crews for all of their time and dedication in blizzard conditions to make this happen!”