Tropical Storm Harvey began affecting Southeast Texas Friday night and continues causing new power outages for Entergy Texas customers. Harvey is expected to move farther inland near Galveston on Wednesday, August 30th as a 50 mph tropical storm. Additional outages are expected as the storm moves through.
While back-to-school time usually means the end of summer, Mother Nature has the final say-so as to when the excessive summer heat will end. It’s never too late to take control of your cooling costs!
Heat-related conditions - combined with physical activity, loss of fluids and fatigue - can lead to heat-related illnesses. Just like our workers at Entergy, members of the public should also be alert for conditions and take the necessary precautions to prevent heat-related illness.
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Today we're joined by Sgt. Stephanie Davis, a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). For the past few years, representatives from the department's Division of Emergency Management have taken part in Entergy Texas' storm exercises.
It’s a given that Entergy employees don’t drink and drive while on the job. Since safety is a 24/7 concern, the Conway office thought it would be a good idea to put on some beer goggles – literally – for an on-the-clock reminder of the hazards of being impaired by alcohol.