About 1,800 St. Francis residents were left without power after a snow storm hit the area on Sunday.
Irissol Arce, a spokeswoman for We Energies, said the power outages were first reported at 5 a.m. and power was restored by 9:30 p.m.
She said some power lines were down throughout Racine, Kenosha and southern Milwaukee counties. Some power lines may have collapsed in St. Francis, but specifics are unknown, she said.
The storm affected more than 17,000 customers throughout Racine, Kenosha and southern Milwaukee counties, she said.
Bill Borghoff, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said about 5 inches of snow fell at General Mitchell International Airport on Sunday. So far, 75.9 inches of snow has fallen in area, he said.
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