Not much to report in Haliburton itself, with around 20 customers affected, but a number of small outages are reported at area lakes with an estimated time for restoration either 10:00  p.m. tonight this evening.

Fire officials remind people to turn off any appliances you might have been using when the power went off, as it can be a fire hazard upon restoration.

Here is the latest stats from Hydro One as of 4:00 p.m. Sunday in terms of customers affected in the area:

Numbers as of 4:00 p.m. Sunday

Region: Central
Op Centre: MINDEN
# of Incidents: 8
Customers Off: 146
Longest ETR: Monday Sep. 24, 2018 22:00

Here are some of the latest numbers as of 11:00 a.m. curated from the Hydro One outage map which you can see directly by clicking here.

Haliburton – 20 Customers – NO ETR
Glamor Lake 252 Customers – Sunday 10 PM
Esson Lake 71 Customers – Sunday 10 PM
Loon Lake 180 Customers – Saturday 6 PM
Black Lake 20 Customers – Saturday 6 PM
Kashagawigamog Lake – 98 Customers – Sunday 10 PM