UPDATE 12/23/12 - Consumers Energy says everyone who lost power because of a winter storm should have power restored by the late Sunday evening.
As of 11:30am Sunday, the utility reported 2,500 customers were without electricity after a powerful storm brought heavy rain, snow and high winds Thursday and Friday.
More than 1,800 Consumers Energy and contract employees have been working on restoring electricity, including crews from Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.
In West Michigan, Allegan County still had the most outages, 435. Ottawa County had 68 customers without power.
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ALLEGAN, Mich. (WZZM)-Utility crews are still working to restore power to thousands of homes and businesses in the dark since Thursday's storm.
Saturday night, Consumers Energy said the hardest hit area in West Michigan was Allegan County, where 981 customers were without power. Ottawa County had 111 outages and 60 customers in Otsego are in the dark.
Power is expected to be restored to most customers by midnight Saturday, however homes and businesses in the hardest hit areas may have to wait until Monday.