Work crews attempting to restore power to Central Pennsylvania customers affected by windy conditions

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CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA– There are over 7,600 people without power this morning, as storms and gusty winds moved through the area on Sunday.

According to PPL’s website, there were over 7,500 people in the Harrisburg, Carlisle and Hershey area alone without power during the early morning hours.

There were about 200 more people without power in Lancaster County.

Work crews were dispatched to address the problems, according to PPL.

Met Ed is reporting only minor outages in the area, with less than 100 customers currently being affected.

Most of the outages appear to be from tree damage, with some areas not expected to see restored power until 2:00 p.m. today.

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