An estimated 628,285 homes and businesses were still without power in Florida early on Monday after Hurricane Ian crashed across the state last week, knocking power out for more than 3.5 million customers.
More than 80 storm-related deaths have been confirmed since Ian crashed ashore Florida's Gulf Coast with catastrophic force on Wednesday as a Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 150 miles per hour (240 km per hour).
On Friday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) downgraded Ian to a post-tropical cyclone.
In Florida, the utility with the most outages was Florida Power & Light Co (FPL), a unit of Florida energy company NextEra Energy Inc.
Major outages by utility:
Power Company State/Pro Out Now Customers Served
NextEra - FPL FL 378,231 5,280,000
Lee County Electric Co-op FL 194,742 238,000
Duke - Florida FL 33,314 1,766,000
Emera - Tampa Electric FL 7,097 800,000
Peace River Electric Coop FL 4,485 269,000
Lakeland Electric FL 4,328 133,500
Glades Electric Co-op FL 3,319 17,000
Total Out 628,285Source: PowerOutage.us