Entergy Texas provides update following severe weather on 3/21/2022 to 3/22/2022.
Entergy Texas provides an update following severe weather on 3/21/22 into 3/22/22.
From finding yourself in a mess of mud in the middle of a Louisiana bayou to thawing out the door handle of your truck during an Arkansas ice storm, there are a wide range of challenges that Entergy lineworkers face during storm restoration.
As of 8 a.m., crews and resources were working to restore outages to the remaining 1,000 customers as quickly and as safely as possible.
As of 4 p.m., statewide outages have been reduced to 3,540 customers. Over 86,000 customer outages have been restored, totaling 95% of customers who experienced an outage in the last few days.
The remaining customers without power are in the hardest-hit areas of Forrest City, Marion, Stuttgart, Harrisburg and Blytheville.
Statewide outages from this week's severe winter weather have been reduced to approximately 6,420 customers Saturday evening, from a Wednesday peak of 30K.
Freezing rain is falling in the southern part of the state, but the majority of outages from the winter storms should be restored this weekend.