(WFXR) — Appalachian Power has announced that power is back on for 90 percent of the 85,000 customers who were impacted by the high winds that spread throughout southwest Virginia on Saturday, April 1.

Crews are focusing on the 600 remaining locations where electrical facilities are currently still damaged. There are about 6,200 customers are still without power in West Virginia and over 500 customers are without power in Kanawha, Logan, Mingo, and Raleigh County.

Crews are working hard to get power restored with more than 2,600 workers assisting, including 1,500 line workers.

Appalachian Power estimates that service will be restored by tonight in Virginia, Tennessee and most of West Virginia, with the heaviest damaged areas in West Virginia to be completed by Tuesday night. Weather is expected to be favorable throughout the rest of the restoration effort.

Customers are encouraged to view the company’s outage map or sign up for alerts for information on specific outages.

If you encounter a fallen wire, keep yourself away from it and anything it may be touching, and call 911 and Appalachian Power at 1-800-956-4237 immediately.