Restoration efforts have been progressing well from Sunday night’s weather and from the storm system that entered the Entergy Mississippi service territory at 5:30 pm Tuesday afternoon. The outages peaked at 9,010 at 8:30 pm Tuesday evening. As of 7 pm a little over 3,500 customers are without power.
Entergy Arkansas continues to make significant progress since the peak of more than 62,000 outages Sunday afternoon. Approximately 6,300 Entergy customers remain without power.
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Less than 9,000 customers are without power, down from 62,000 who lost it after Sunday's storms.
Entergy Arkansas sincerely apologizes for the inconvenience of being without power and thanks you for your patience as we continue to work diligently to safely restore power in your area.
Four structures are having to be replaced or rebuilt after storms destroyed them on Sunday.
A little over 17,000 customers are still without power, down from more than 62,000 out since the severe thunderstorms on Sunday.
A 1,300-person workforce is engaged in power restoration
Crews are working hard to restore power to about 25,000 customers, down from more than 62,000 who were without power after Sunday's storms.