Rocky Mountain Power is working to restore electricity for hundreds of northern Utah customers who lost power Tuesday morning.
As of 11:26 a.m., the company reports about 171 customers in Salt Lake County and 970 customers in Davis and Weber counties are affected.
By about 6 p.m., there were only five outages in Salt Lake County, one in Davis and 40 in Weber, according to Rocky Mountain Power's online outage map.
A Rocky Mountain Power spokesman said the outages in Davis and Weber counties are related to Tuesday morning's high wind gusts along the northern Wasatch Front.
A power outage that affected customers in West Jordan Tuesday morning was probably not wind-related.
"We've got about 2,700 customers out there. They're looking at a substation problem there, or perhaps something out of a line," said David Eskelson, Rocky Mountain Power.
As a safety precaution, the Weber School District delayed school bus pickups and school start times by two hours Tuesday morning.
Davis County delayed the opening of most of its offices until 9 a.m.