Winter weather continues to significantly impact portions of Entergy’s service area in Louisiana, with approximately 60,000 customers without power as of noon.
Freezing rain, snow, and sleet arrived in the Entergy Mississippi service territory Sunday and into Monday morning. Extremely cold temperatures have accompanied this storm and are expected to last for much of the week. As of 9 a.m., about 3,080 customers are without power and our crews are restoring power where it is safe to do so.
Entergy Arkansas asks you to be particularly mindful of your energy use during this extreme cold to help reduce the strain on the electric system by practicing safe energy conservation efforts.
We have assembled a workforce of more than 3,700 resources to help restore power.
The winter weather is causing power outages for our customers across our service territory. Our restoration workforce is restoring power where it is safe to do so.
Extreme cold is expected over the next few days resulting in high electricity demand.
Our restoration workforce is ready to respond to potential outages due to a series of winter storms predicted to affect our service territory. Customers should prepare as well.
Entergy Louisiana crews are on standby across the state as the utility prepares for snow, ice and freezing temperatures statewide beginning tonight and into the week.
The extreme cold temperatures are creating high demand for electricity over the next few days.