On a recent sunny and very muddy spring day, nearly a dozen Entergy Texas employees volunteered in the research section of the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, where thousands of trees are being planted.
Since the severe weather that blew through Entergy Texas service territory on May 10th, Entergy has restored service to more than 97,662 customers.
All customer outages were restored yesterday in Mississippi. But strong thunderstorms with severe lightning and damaging winds moved through Louisiana this morning.
Restoration continues after severe weather blew through the Entergy Texas service territory May 10th, causing extensive and widespread damage.
Severe weather across our service area on May 9 has caused storm outages for our customers, most significantly in Texas.
Entergy Mississippi workers expect to have power restored to all customers who can accept it by Saturday evening. Crews have worked around the clock to restore power to customers affected by the violent storms that swept across Mississippi Thursday. At its peak, the storm system knocked out power to 28,300 customers throughout the state.
Entergy Mississippi continues to restore power after a second wave of severe thunderstorms and high winds moved through our service area on April 18, causing numerous outages which peaked at 28,300 customers.
About 24 hours after Entergy Mississippi restored power to all customers affected by the weekend storms, more severe weather struck. Thunderstorms and heavy rains swept through much of our service territory and multiple tornado warnings were in effect over the afternoon. As of 5 p.m., about 25,000 customers were without power as a result of the latest round of storms, most of which are in Hinds County.