Early morning storms bringing strong, gusty high winds entered our Entergy service territory causing fallen trees and broken tree limbs resulting in outages and damages to our facilities. Outages peaked at 10,597 customers impacted at 9:15 am. As of 1:30 pm, 5,712 customers remain without power.
More than 13,000 customers remain without power late Friday morning from a peak of 18,600 after severe thunderstorms that brought strong winds, lightning, hail and possible tornadoes.
Entergy’s Louisiana utilities and its contractors are prepared and ready to respond if the anticipated severe weather that is expected to impact our service territory causes power outages.
Hurricanes, tornadoes and winter ice storms are often described as “having a mind of their own,” but advanced planning and training makes the overall response as immediate and efficient as possible.
Even in areas where extremely cold temperatures are not persistent, it's still important to be ready for freezing and inclement weather, which can move in quickly.
Even in parts of the state where extremely cold temperatures are somewhat rare, it's still important to be prepared for freezing and inclement weather, which can move in quickly.
Even if you live or work where extremely cold temperatures are rare, it's still important to be prepared for freezing and inclement weather.
The aerial saw provides a safe and efficient tool for crews to maintain vegetation around power transmission and distribution systems.