Thousands In Duluth Still Without Power After Storm
DULUTH (AP) - Thousands of residents in Duluth are still without power after a storm toppled trees and power lines four days ago.
Some residents were told they may not see power restored until Thursday.
Areas of Woodland, Hunter's Park, Morley Heights and Lakeside may be without power until Thursday. Other Duluth neighborhoods could see their lights come back on sooner.
At one point, more than 46,000 customers were without power, but most have seen that restored. As of Monday morning, Minnesota Power says about 3,500 of its customers are still affected.