UPDATE (6:47 p.m. on Saturday, April 1): Thousands are still without power after a windstorm that made its way through our region on Saturday.

Kentucky Power says that 20,300 customers are without power with 560 active outages. They say the majority of the outages are in Breathitt, Floyd, Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Martin, Perry and Pike counties.

Appalachian Power says that more than 83,000 of its customers are without power, and 49,000 of those customers are in West Virginia.

Neither could give a specific estimated restoration time.

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK)—Thousands of customers are without power due to high wind speeds in our region.

Winds have reached as high as 52 mph in the Charleston area over the last 24 hours, and wind speeds are in the high 40s throughout the rest of the region currently.

Appalachian Power lists more than 73,000 customers without power throughout its service area.

Kentucky Power says that more than 21,000 of its customers are experiencing outages.

AEP Ohio is reporting more than 58,000 customers without power, though the company’s service area stretches far beyond our viewing area.

High winds are expected to affect the Tri-State until later into the evening.