WHITPAIN TWP., Pa. - At last check nearly 14,000 PECO customers are still without power.
69 News was in Whitpain Township, Montgomery County on Monday where the aftermath of the storm is all over the roads. Trees have fallen on streets, cars and homes.
The families 69 News Reporter Julia Rose spoke with say PECO tells them the power should be back by Wednesday but with another storm on the way -- they say they're not holding their breath.
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