NEW YORK (PIX11) — After a winter storm brought snow Sunday night that turned into heavy rain by early Monday, thousands of residents across New York and New Jersey reported power outages into the afternoon.

While the rain tapered off across much of the tri-state area by mid-morning, coastal flooding and wind advisories remained in place for much of the city, Long Island and the coastal areas of New Jersey.

Below are the current outage numbers, as of 1 p.m. Monday:

New York City area and Long Island

Con Edison: Just over 2,500 customers were without service Monday afternoon, with the majority of outages in Westchester and Queens, while Brooklyn also saw substantial outages.

PSEG Long Island: About 880 customers were without service, with most of the outages in Nassau County, but Suffolk also seeing hundreds of outages.

Orange & Rockland: Just 42 customers were still without power by Monday afternoon.

New Jersey

PSE&G: Over 600 customers were still without service Monday afternoon, with the majority of outages in Passaic County and Union counties.

Jersey Central Power & Light: Over 1,900 customers were without service Monday afternoon, with outages primarily in Monmouth, Ocean and Hunterdon counties.