Calmer weather meanwhile returned to Europe on Saturday but tens of thousands of homes in England, Germany and apparently Poland were still without power.
Around 19,000 households in eastern England had no electricity.
In Germany, where the storms claimed 11 lives, around 12,000 of the 60,000 homes whose power was cut were still in the dark, 10,000 of them in the central state of Thuringia.
German rail services were largely back to normal after the appalling weather forced the Deutsche Bahn national railway company on Thursday to suspend all services for the first time in its history.
In Poland - where the storms killed six and injured 30, including nine emergency service workers - it was unclear how many households were still in the dark.
"There is no information on the number of homes still without electricity this morning but on Friday afternoon, 800,000 were without power," Dariusz Malinowski, fire brigade spokesman, told AFP.
The new terminal of Warsaw's Okecia airport, which had been damaged, remained partially closed.