Most customers hit by power cuts have had their power restored.
Unison reports there are still 45 customers without power on Rawhiti Rd, near Reporoa, and Horizon Energy reports Gow Rd, Edgecumbe, customers will be back on this evening but 10 customers in Waiotahi Valley will be without power overnight.
A Unison spokeswoman reported a tree through lines in Paradise Valley Rd, which led to a power outage for 138 customers.
She said the weather was causing other, smaller faults around the region, and crews are continuing to work hard to get our customers reconnected.
"We remind customers to stay clear of any fallen power lines, or any object touching the lines, such as trees, as electricity may still be electricity running through the lines," she said.
"During power outages, Unison regularly advises the following safety precautions:
"Never touch wires or lines lying on the ground, over fences, hanging from poles, or objects such as tree branches that may be touching them. Fallen lines or wires may still be carrying an electrical current and could shock, injure or even kill if touched.
"Turn off the power at the main switch if you suspect any low power or a damaged supply to your home. If the power goes out, turn off electrical appliances, but leave one light on to indicate when the electricity supply is restored."
Meanwhile Horizon Energy has restored power to all customers on Troutbeck Road, Galatea.
"We expect supply to customers in Gow Road, Edgecumbe, be restored within the next two hours," said operations manager Jan Cronje.
"Unfortunately due to the inaccessible conditions the 10 customers in Waiotahi Valley will be without power overnight.
"Horizon Energy apologises for any inconvenience this may have caused and advises all customers to contact their retailers in the first instance and to treat all lines as alive at all times."