Thousands of people in western South Dakota are still in the dark.
As of Wednesday morning, 7,500 people are without power. That's down from 10,000 on Tuesday.
And crews are running into lots of problems while repairing lines. They have to work around the deep snow, downed trees and power poles and now the warmer temperatures are creating a muddy mess.
Black Hills Power says they believe 95 percent of its customers will have power by the end of the week.
The record storm last week downed nearly 3,800 power poles and caused outages to thousands.