LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- Thousands of people remained without power Monday, as an early spring storm made its way out of Southern California.
Southern California Edison said about 2,000 customers were still without power.
The Department of Water and Power has restored power to all of its affected customers.
More than 20,000 people across the region were without power at the height of the outages on Sunday.
Wind and rain downed or damaged 20 power poles in Vernon.
Utility crews have been working around the clock to repair the power poles.
They had to move the damaged lines out, haul in new utility poles and then restore the lines that were knocked out.
A bridge over Atlantic Boulevard was shut down, but was expected to be re-opened Monday morning.
A huge tree fell and took down power lines on Hatillo Avenue, just off Roscoe Boulevard, where Winnetka meets Canoga Park.
Power outages created a dangerous situation at a nursing home in Norwalk.
The nursing home's backup generator failed, cutting off power to patient oxygen machines.
The storm also caused flooding problems on many Southern California roadways on Sunday.
About .91 inches of rain fell in downtown L.A. Malibu Canyon got 2.94 inches and Newhall saw 2.28 inches.
In Orange County, .68 inches of rain fell at John Wayne Airport, and in the Inland Empire, Devore got .92 inches.
The wet weather caused traffic problems in Malibu, Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley.
Several roads were closed near the Sepulveda Dam due to the heavy rainfall.
Burbank Boulevard was also shut down after clogged sewers caused the street to flood.
And in Fontana, NASCAR fans attending the Auto Club 400 race were disappointed when the race was terminated due to the rainy weather.
Moderate to heavy snow was reported on the north end of the Cajon Pass (I-15 Freeway near Oak Hill Rd) overnight Sunday.
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20 power poles were downed or damaged in Vernon (KTLA-TV)