KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Winds up to 70 mph ripped through the Kansas City metro area this weekend.
Trees littered the streets, and thousands were without power. According to KCP&L, more than 21,000 residents are without power.
They say 90 percent of residents should have power back by midnight, but some could be without it through Wednesday.
There are 1,200 workers out right now, including subcontractors and crews from surrounding states.
One of the harder hit areas was a neighborhood at 91st and Slater. Many people in Overland Park and across the metro said the storm sounded like a train. They could hear branches and debris hit their homes as they took cover.
Several homes in Hyde Park are also still without power on Monday. We're finding out KCP&L's plan to restore power to the neighborhood and others.
An estimated 150,000 people lost power due to the storms.
On Sunday, KCP&L estimated that 45,000 of its customers were still without power. The City of Independence said it had about 6,500 customers without power and many may require "house by house attention."
At about 2 a.m. Sunday, two Kansas City, Kansas firefighters were treated for an electrical shock after responding to a house fire. They were taken to a local hospital as a precautionary measure.
Kansas City Power & Light said restoration will be a multi-day event.
KCP&L volunteers distributed dry ice, electric safety information, and restoration updates to those affected at the Lowe's at 4960 Roe Blvd. in Roeland Park, Kan. They distributed two tons of dry ice before running out. Company officials said they are trying to find more.