Thousands of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Southern California Edison customers remain without power after a powerful winter storm pummeled the region.

Several L.A. neighborhoods from Woodland Hills to Atwater Village were still impacted Monday morning, according to LADWP.

More than 27,600 customers remained without power in the department’s coverage area Monday morning. The biggest outage is in Del Rey, where 1,533 customers were still without power as of 4 a.m.

An LADWP crew member remains in critical condition after suffering an injury while working to restore power in an undisclosed area of the San Fernando Valley Saturday, officials said.

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Additionally, there are 60 current outages and more than 3,000 SoCal Edison customers impacted. Here’s a breakdown of the outages by county:

  • Los Angeles County: 545
  • Orange County: 1,191
  • Riverside County: 231
  • San Bernardino County: 1,156
  • Kern County: 349
  • Ventura County: 16

Affected customers can visit SoCal Edison’s outage page for more information.

The storm drenched Southern California Thursday through Saturday, causing flooding and mudslides, while strong winds downed power lines and trees.

Across the state, 46,000 SoCal Edison customers were without power as of 8 a.m., officials said.