PSE&G says the power has been restored to nearly all of its 1.7 million customers impacted by Hurricane Sandy and this week's nor'easter.
As of Sunday night, PSE&G reports 99.9 percent of its impacted customers have had their power restored, with 130 outages remaining from Sandy and 740 from the nor'easter.
The majority of the outages are in Union, Middlesex and Somerset counties, which are areas that saw high winds during both Sandy and the nor'easter.
PSE&G says since restoration began, utility crews have replaced at least 2,500 poles and 1,000 transformers. Forty-one thousand trees were cut down due to the hurricane.
Rain moved in Saturday afternoon and the chance for it will stick around through the seven day forecast.
It becomes very unsettled across our area with clounds and showers again Sunday. The best chance for rain is in the morning and afternoon thunderstorms are possible towards our south.
Sunday is cool but we do warm up well into the 80s by Tuesday. With the warm weather comes a better chance for thunderstorms.