Entergy System Updates
Insights > Tips and Tools
The first week of summer makes its mark
06/24/2022

Entergy continues to closely monitor the weather, our equipment, and grid conditions, and take appropriate steps to ensure reliable delivery of power to our customers.

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Insights > Tips and Tools
Extreme heat results in predicted all-time high electricity usage
06/20/2022

For most of the week ahead, we’re expected to see the highest energy usage by our customers that the company has ever seen. This follows a week of high temperatures that spanned across much of the U.S. bringing record-high heat to some areas.

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Insights > Tips and Tools
Expected heat wave to drive increased energy usage
06/13/2022

Extremely hot weather is expected this week and could lead to increased energy usage over the next few days. These extreme conditions create potentially high demand for electricity, and we have some tips to help you manage your energy usage and bill.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm restoration update – 6/8/22, 5:30 p.m.
06/08/2022

Several storms brought flash flooding, lightning, and gusts of wind up to 60 mph across the state Tuesday and Wednesday, causing more than 29,000 customer interruptions.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/22/22, 10 a.m.
05/22/2022

Fierce storms that brought heavy lightning, strong winds and flash flooding across the entire state knocked out power to thousands of Entergy Arkansas customers.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas May 15 storm update – 5/15/22, 9 p.m.
05/15/2022

Storm-related outages for Entergy Arkansas are widespread this evening but heavier in the Central and Southwest Regions.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas May 5 storm update – 5/6/22, 9 a.m.
05/06/2022

A little more than 2,000 Entergy Arkansas customers were without power Friday morning, following severe weather that impacted the state Wednesday through Thursday.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm restoration update – 4/13/22, 9:30 p.m.
04/13/2022

Several storms brought flash flooding, lightning, damaging hail, and gusts of wind greater than 60 mph across the state Wednesday, causing approximately 26,000 customer interruptions and a peak of 16,525.

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