Around 800 properties in the North West remain without electricity, as engineers from the region's operator works to restore power.
Engineers from Electricity North West say they will work into the evening and through the night to restore the final properties affected by Storm Doris.
The operator has restored supplies to around 6,700 properties throughout the day as winds of 80mph battered the region.
The properties still without power are mainly across Lancashire as flying debris and fallen trees have hit power lines in the county.
Mark Williamson, operations director for Electricity North West, said:
If you are affected by a power cut, or see power lines down, please report it to Electricity North West by calling the new national power cut number, 105. You can also follow updates on Twitter at @ElectricityNW.