High winds and stormy conditions have left 100,000 properties in the East of England without power.
UK Power Networks said its engineers had been working through the night and were continuing today to try to repair the damage and restore electricity as quickly as possible.
The company is carrying out helicopter patrols in the region to check overhead power lines and staff are working with volunteers from the British Red Cross to support people in the worst affected areas.
Engineers drafted in from all over the country are still working to get power back on in 48,000 homes in the Anglia region after the storm.
Energy companies across the Anglia region are drafting in extra staff to deal with any power cuts caused by Monday's storm.