Most of the more than 100,000 customers who had their power knocked out by a powerful windstorm are back on line.
The Seattle Times reported that just about 27,000 Puget Sound Energy customers were still without electricity as of Saturday evening.
The storm late Friday and early Saturday downed powerlines across King, Pierce and Kitsap counties. No one was injured.
PSE spokeswoman MacKenzie McDowell said that areas still in the dark were clustered in South King County, around the Enumclaw, Maple Valley and Cumberland areas.