Power Restored For 80% Of Floridians, But Nearly 2 Million Still In Dark

More than 80 percent of Floridians have had their power restored following Hurricane Irma.

State emergency managers reported Friday that nearly 2 million homes and businesses still don't have electricity. 

Nearly 25 percent of all customers in Miami-Dade County still don't have lights and air conditioning. That totals over 250,000 people. 

In Broward County, more than 150,000 people are still left in the dark.

Florida Power & Light officials promise most of the eastern coast of the state will have their electricity back by the end of the weekend.  

It won't be until next Friday in southwest Florida.

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