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Entergy Texas storm update – 6/22/23, 9 p.m.


Majority of impacted customers restored after severe thunderstorms caused widespread outages Wednesday night 

Entergy Texas crews have restored power to more than 95% of customers impacted by heavy thunderstorms and strong winds Wednesday night. As of 9 p.m., approximately 3,400 customers are without power.

While some customers are expected to be back online tonight, customers in the hardest hit areas are expected to be restored before Friday afternoon. Damage assessments found 26,700 feet of downed wire, 14 broken poles, and significant damage to Entergy Texas infrastructure.

Additional thunderstorms are expected to roll through the eastern portion of our service territory, which may increase outage counts in the evening and overnight hours.

Current outages and estimated restoration times:

Service Area

Customers Out

Estimated Restoration Time

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


Before 6 p.m. Friday

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


Before 12 p.m. Friday

Huntsville Network (includes Madisonville, Normangee, North Zulch, and surrounding areas)


Before 12 p.m. Friday

Orange Network (Includes Bridge City, Pine Forest, Pinehurst, Rose City, Vidor, and surrounding areas) 


Before 12 p.m. Friday

Other Areas


See View Outage map




Safety is our number one priority. If you lose power, keep the following tips in mind:

  • Stay away from downed power lines and assume they are energized.
  • Report a power outage on the myEntergy site or call 1-800-9OUTAGE. There is no need to speak with a customer service representative to report an outage if completed online.
  • If you have a portable generator, use it safely. DO NOT run it in an enclosed space. If connecting the generator to the whole house, do so only if the connection has been installed by a licensed electrician to prevent back feed on to the distribution system.
  • Do not open your refrigerator or freezer door. Food will stay cold much longer this way. If outside temperature is below freezing, consider placing food in an ice chest outside.
  • Please stay clear of linemen as they work to safely restore power.

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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.