Power has been restored tonight to all of the Central Maine Power customers who lost electrical service as a result of last weekend’s nor’easter.

“We are done. Everyone is back on,” CMP spokesman John Carroll said Tuesday night.

Carroll said a cluster of roughly 40 residential customers in Lebanon, Berwick, and Shapleigh were the last homes to have their power restored around 12 noon on Tuesday.

When repair crews went to work Tuesday morning, they were focused on fixing 314 reported outages – all in York County.

An estimated 207,000 customers lost power during the storm which started Saturday night and lasted into Sunday.

“When you look around New England and what happened in other states, I think we did pretty well,” Carroll said.