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Nearly all New Jersey residents who lost electricity after an unusual October snowstorm blasted the Northeast have their power restored. Fewer than 400 Jersey Central Power & Light customers remain without power Sunday night, eight days after the storm hit.

 But officials say all of them should have their power restored by Sunday night at the latest.

  • Click here for JCP+L's outage map
  • Click here for PSE+G's outage map
  • Gov. Chris Christie says nearly 1,000 crews were working to restore power to everyone by the end of the day.

    Two other utilities -- PSE&G and Orange and Rockland -- said Sunday that all their outages had been resolved.

    In recent days, all three utilities have mostly been repairing a large number of single lines from poles to homes and businesses.

    At the storm's peak, about 700,000 customers were without electricity in New Jersey.