Because of the outages, Buckingham, Doyle, Linden, Lenape, Pine Run, and CB West schools are closed in the Central Bucks County School District. All other district schools will operate on a two-hour delayed schedule.
One man said he remembers the storm vividly.
"It's interesting the amount of prayers you can do when you're in the midst of life or death," he said. "Only trees were lost."
Theodore Ottey said he couldn't believe his eyes.
"I never saw so much rain come down at once," he said. "I lived in Florida for a number of years, and we got some powerful rains in Florida. But I never saw so hard as last night."
Doylestown Mayor Ron Strauss says they will work as quickly as possible to clean up, but they have a lot of damage to deal with:
"Fairly widespread, lots and lots of trees, property damage," he said. "Thankfully no one was injured as best we know. One house was knocked off its foundation, and they may be totally destroyed as a result of that. The other damage was to cars."
Strauss says it will be at least a couple of days before everything is back to normal.
The National Weather Service predicts a slight risk of severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging gusts of wind. And tornadoes are possible from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic.