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Entergy Texas storm update – 6/22/23, 5 p.m.


Crews have successfully restored power to more than 80% of impacted customers 

Entergy Texas continues to assess damage and restore power to customers impacted by severe thunderstorms Wednesday night. More than 80% of impacted customers are back online, and crews will continue working safely until all customers have been restored. 

As of 4:30 p.m., approximately 7,200 customers are without power, down from a peak of approximately 50,000 outages Wednesday night. Most customers are expected to be restored today, but customers in the most heavily impacted areas are expected be restored Friday afternoon. Entergy Texas has more than 80 crews in the field assisting with restoration efforts. 

Current outages and estimated restoration times: 

Service Area  

Customers Out  

Estimated Restoration Time 

Conroe Network (includes Montgomery, Panorama Village, Willis, and surrounding areas)  


Before Fri, 6 p.m. 

Huntsville Network (includes Corrigan, Groveton, Madisonville, New Waverly, Normangee, North Zulch, Trinity, and surrounding areas)  


Before Fri, 12 p.m. 

Woodlands Network (includes Oak Ridge North, Shenandoah, Woodloch, and surrounding areas)  


Before Fri, 12 p.m. 

Cleveland Network (includes Patton Village, Plum Grove, Splendora, and surrounding areas)   


Before Thurs, 10 p.m. 

New Caney Network (includes Huffman, Porter, Roman Forest, Woodbranch, and surrounding areas)  


Before Thurs, 10 p.m. 

Other Areas 


See View Outage map 





As with any weather event, Entergy Texas reminds customers to be mindful of the following safety tips: 

  • Live wires can be deadly. Stay away from downed power lines. Call 1-800-9OUTAGE or 1-800-968-8243 to report downed or dangling power lines, damaged or downed poles or other damaged equipment. 
  • Do not trim trees or remove debris on or near downed power lines. Only power company crews or their contractors should remove trees or limbs touching power lines. Again, stay away from downed power lines. 
  • Keep away from the immediate areas where crews are working. There is always the danger of moving equipment and the possibility of construction materials, limbs or overhead wires falling to the ground. 
  • If you plan on using a generator for temporary power, get a licensed electrician and disconnect from the utility electric system before hooking up to your main electric panel.  
  • Do not run a generator in a confined space without adequate ventilation. Use them only outdoors, following all manufacturers’ safety guidelines. 
  • Turn off any electrical appliances that can easily be turned to the off position until power is restored. 

Stay informed: 
Be sure to stay informed throughout the restoration process using the following resources:  

About Entergy Texas 
Entergy Texas, Inc. provides electricity to approximately 499,000 customers in 27 counties. Entergy Texas is a subsidiary of Entergy Corporation, a Fortune 500 electric company. Entergy powers life for 3 million customers through our operating companies in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. We’re investing in the reliability and resilience of the energy system while helping our region transition to cleaner, more efficient energy solutions. With roots in our communities for more than 100 years, Entergy is a nationally recognized leader in sustainability and corporate citizenship. Since 2018, we have delivered more than $100 million in economic benefits each year to local communities through philanthropy, volunteerism and advocacy. Entergy is headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has approximately 12,000 employees. For the latest news from Entergy, visit the Newsroom. 

Texas Editorial Team