The company is monitoring the weather, and customers should too.
Just over 2,000 Entergy Arkansas customers remain without power following a winter storm Saturday. This is down from 6,194 outages at the peak at 4 p.m. yesterday.
Heavy, wet snow is bringing trees down onto power lines, and additional snowfall and icy conditions are making travel treacherous through the northern parts of Arkansas.
The majority of customers who can take power from the severe storms and tornadoes Friday night have been restored.
Entergy Arkansas has made significant process in restoration following Friday night’s severe thunderstorms and deadly tornadoes.
Estimated 484 poles, 86 transformers and 584 cross arms damaged, with 276 spans of wire down
Just over 4,000 Entergy Arkansas customers remained without power Sunday morning following severe thunderstorms and deadly tornadoes Friday night.
Peak outages of 25,000+ Friday night down to 9,000 Saturday afternoon.
Entergy Arkansas restored power to approximately 19,000 customers affected by high winds and deadly tornadoes that crossed the state Friday evening.
Crews are working to restore power after severe storms swept across the state.
As hurricane season comes to an end, Entergy remains focused on preparing for what Mother Nature may present in the coming colder months. And while weather can be unpredictable, we remain storm ready no matter the season.