These areas have all been affected by the recent power cuts. Engineers are working hard to restore power to affected areas;
- Bradford 30 homes
- Hull 30 homes
- Leeds 40 homes
- Lincoln 60 homes
- Sheffield 30 homes
- York 10 homes
Electricity firm Northern Powergrid says 68 homes on the North York Moors are still without power after Tuesday's snowstorms.
Engineers reconnected more than 300 customers in the area on Friday and the company says it hopes to have restored power to everyone by Saturday evening.
Customers who have been without power since Tuesday's blackout will be entitled to compensation of more than £100, the company says.
Around 300 homes on the North York Moors are still without electricity almost 72 hours after blizzards hit power supplies.
Northern Powergrid says 150 engineers are working to reconnect people who have been affected by the power cuts which began on Tuesday night and the early hours of Wednesday.
The firm says it is contacting customers still without power to offer them accommodation in hotels.
A spokeswoman said it was hoped that the number of homes without power would be reduced to around 70 by midnight on Good Friday.
The worst affected areas have been Rosedale, Westerdale, Commondale, Kildale and Eskdale.
Around 430 homes on the North York Moors are still without electricity following this week's snowstorms.
Northern Powergrid says 150 engineers are working to restore supplies after power lines were knocked down by heavy snow on Tuesday night.
The areas affected include Eskdale, Westerdale, Commondale, Kildale and Rosedale.