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Entergy Mississippi Winter Storm Update – 2/19/21 @ 10 a.m.
02/19/2021

As of 7 a.m., about 55,000 Entergy Mississippi customers remain without power as a result of Wednesday’s winter weather, down from a peak of approximately 90,000. We have brought in more resources and, along with our own workforce, more than 1,800 lineworkers, vegetation workers, damage assessors and support personnel are restoring power as quickly and safely as possible.

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Entergy Texas Winter Storm Update - 2/19/21 @ 8:30 a.m.
02/19/2021

If you lose power after being restored for a short time period, please report the outage to Entergy again.

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Entergy Arkansas Winter Storm Update: 2/19/21, 8 a.m.
02/19/2021

As of 8 a.m., there are approximately 690 customers without power. Cold weather continues today as temperatures are expected to remain at or below freezing until Saturday.

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Entergy Mississippi Winter Storm Update – 2/18/21 @ 8 p.m. update
02/18/2021

Ice accumulation on trees and power lines from Wednesday’s wave of winter weather continue causing significant power outages for customers across Entergy Mississippi’s service territory. Our restoration efforts continue, as the demand for electricity is growing. We will restore service to our customers as safely and quickly as possible. However, restoration will take a few days.

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News > Storms
Crews Continue to Restore Power, Assess Damages Across Louisiana
02/18/2021

Second Winter Storm in a Week Impacting Customers in Central, North Louisiana

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Entergy Arkansas Winter Storm Update: 2/18/21, 6 p.m.
02/18/2021

Another brutally cold night is in store. Bundle up and conserve power, if you can.

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Entergy Texas Winter Storm Update - 2/18/21 @ 3:30 p.m.
02/18/2021

Entergy Texas makes progress towards restoring most customers by end of day (2/18).

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Insights > Storms, Tips and Tools
How does heating and cooling your home impact energy usage?
02/18/2021

Did you know that heating your home uses more energy than cooling it? While extreme cold weather is rare in our region, a deep cold snap will impact your energy usage and may impact your bill.

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