HARRISBURG – Utility crews in Pennsylvania are still trying to restore power to more than 325,000 customers who remain without power two days after an ice storm downed trees and power lines. Utilities are hoping to have all power restored this weekend and are getting help from utility crews from out of state. PPL reports about 6800 outages, most of them in Lancaster County. PECO reports more than 286,000 customers were out this morning. Met ED & Penelec have over 27,000 customers without power. And Adams Electric reports about 3400 outages. Meanwhile, Amtrak says service between Philadelphia and Harrisburg was restored this morning after tracks have been cleared of fallen trees and debris, but riders may see delays of up to one-half hour.