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A snowstorm in Southeastern Wisconsin has caused power outages for around 100,000 customers of We Energies.

The storm initially knocked out power for approximately 150,000 customers, but utility crews have been working to restore power, and the current number of customers without power is down to around 27,000.

Milwaukee County has the most customers still without power at 22,500, with 3,000 in Racine County and 2,000 in Kenosha County.

In Saint Francis, which was hit particularly hard, about 20% of the area was without power.

Videos show tree trimmers and utility workers working to restore power to customers in the area.

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