Less than one percent of Florida's homes and businesses are still without power this Wednesday, following Hurricane Irma.
The morning update from the state emergency management division shows about 84,000 utility customers are waiting for the lights and air conditioning to come back on.
The vast majority of those outages remain in Collier and Lee Counties.
When it comes to these neck of the woods, there are currently 1,800 outages in Miami-Dade and less than 300 out in Broward.
In Fort Myers Tuesday, the president of Florida Power & Light vowed that all power would be back on come Friday.