Heavy rainfall, wind, and hail ripped through Western Pennsylvania on Sunday night, prompting mudslides and flooding, as well as bringing down trees and wires.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With tens of thousands of people without power following Sunday’s storms, both Duquesne Light and Penn Power are each working to restore power to customers affected by outages.

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As of around 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Duquesne Light reported nearly 10,000 customers without power while Penn Power reported approximately 1,500 customers in the same situation.

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Heavy rainfall, wind, and hail ripped through Western Pennsylvania on Sunday night, prompting mudslides and flooding, as well as bringing down trees and wires.

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Click here to view the latest updates from Duquesne Light.

Click here to view the latest updates from Penn Power.

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Stay with KDKA to learn when power will be restored to many communities.