Power has been fully restored to Northern Powergrid customers in the North East and North Yorkshire after heavy snow left them without electricity.
Power supplies to nearly 100,000 customers were affected after strong winds and icy conditions caused damage to overhead power lines. 300 engineers worked on the repairs.
Power workers are battling to restore electricity to 1,200 homes in North Yorkshire following the recent snow and wind which brought down power lines. Most households in County Durham have had supplies reconnected. But there are still problems on the North York moors.
1700 properties in the North East and Yorkshire are still without power after arctic weather hit the region.
The areas still affected are in the North Yorkshire Moors and parts of County Durham, where work to restore power is now being focussed.
A spotter helicopter has been deployed to help locate damaged overhead power lines and engineers are onsite.
Northern Powergrid are still trying to reconnect the power supply to thousands of homes across the Northeast and Yorkshire.
Engineers are carrying out repairs on 120 known faults. Work will continue into the night to restore power to the 12,000 properties still without supplies.
Drivers were stranded in areas across the region overnight as snow and icy winds caused hazardous conditions.
County Durham was one of the areas hit the hardest. One lorry driver said he'd been stuck for hours.
Dawn McCormack delivering supplies in Kirkheaton where power has been offsince 2 pm yesterday.
Reopened following earlier snow disruption
11,000 people do not have electricity in their homes in Whitby.
Reported 40,000 homes were without power in Derwentside as snow and ice cause disruption.