Crews have spent the last 24 hours assessing damages after strong winds and storms blew through much of Arkansas Sunday evening. Restoration efforts are now underway across the state.
Afternoon thunderstorms wrecked havoc on the state again, knocking out power to thousands of customers. Entergy Arkansas is working on restoring power, which could take days depending on the severity of damage.
Crews are wrapping up their restoration efforts, with all customers who can take power expected to have it by 10 p.m. tonight.
Work continues in restoring electricity the remaining 4,800 customers without power - down from over 44,000 customers after storms swept through the state on Sunday.
About 6,800 outages remain in the hardest-hit areas of Entergy Arkansas' service area. Crews are working hard to restore power as quickly and as safely as possible.
About 12,000 customers are without power, down from more than 44,000 customers who lost it yesterday because of widespread thunderstorms and at least one tornado.
Crews continue working to restore power from Sunday's tornado and thunderstorms.
Crews continue to restore power to thousands of customers who lost it in heavy wind, hail and rain today across the state.