ELECTRICITY has been restored to customers throughout Yorkshire, the North-East and Lincolnshire after the recent gales.
Supplies to 150,000 people were disrupted following high winds this week.
Engineers then struggled to restore supplies.
Electricity distribution company YEDL said that during the height of the gales, the customer relations centre received more than 200,000 calls.
The Highways Agency has reminded drivers across Yorkshire and the Humber to continue to drive carefully.
Although strong winds are expected to die down today, drivers are still advised to check weather forecasts before they travel.
The agency, which manages, operates and improves motorways and all-purpose trunk roads in England, has reminded drivers that heavy rain and spray are likely to reduce visibility.
Drivers should test their brakes after driving through floodwaters.
And drivers of highsided vehicles or towing caravans - and people on cycles or motorbikes - should take extra care when strong winds are forecast.