About 13,000 Central Maine Power customers lost power Sunday when trees and limbs were downed by a line of severe thunderstorms that swept through southern Maine.

At the peak of the outages, about 11,000 of the homes and businesses left in the dark were in York County. The outages started about 10 a.m. and peaked about noon. By 10:30 p.m. power had been restored to all but 1,585 customers in York County.

CMP spokeswoman Gail Rice said only a few outages should remain by Monday as crews work to eliminate them.

“We expect the vast majority will be back by late evening,” Rice said Sunday afternoon. “There may be a few stragglers into tomorrow.”

Fallen trees and limbs kept crews busy in York County.

Buxton police said no one was injured when a large tree branch fell onto and punctured a passing car’s roof on Long Plains Road about 10:35 a.m.

The Lebanon Fire Department had to clear fallen trees on Cemetery and Bakers Grant roads Sunday.