UPDATED: Power restored in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming


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Power was restored to all customers by 6 a.m. Sunday.


BEAR LAKE — Some 9,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers are without power in northern Utah, southeast Idaho and western Wyoming on Saturday night.

Nearly 4,735 customers in Bear Lake County had no power at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Rocky Mountain Power spokeswoman Tiffany Erickson told KSL.com.

Some 3,960 customers were without power in Rich County, Utah, as well as 879 households in Cokeville and Evanston, Wyoming, according to the Rocky Mountain Power website.

That National Weather Service reports temperature are near or below freezing in all three states.

Officials are investigating the cause of the outage, and scouting the transmission line to find the issue.

No restoration time has been given.