Entergy workers are assembling to respond to possible power outages that may be caused by Tropical Storm Barry.
Tropical Storm Barry continues to develop over the northern part of the Gulf of Mexico
The latest projections indicate landfall will be in central Louisiana. We continue to prepare for the potential impact of severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rains, higher tides and coastal flooding as the storm system comes ashore.
Tropical Storm Barry is expected to further develop today over the northern Gulf of Mexico. Although the latest projections indicate a central Louisiana landfall, we continue to prepare for the possibility that this weather system may impact our region with severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rains, higher tides and coastal flooding to the state.
We are prepared for the possibility that this weather system may impact our region with severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rains, higher tides and coastal flooding to the state.
Entergy Texas continues to monitor the disturbance in the Gulf that has the potential to impact the upper Texas coast. While there is still some uncertainty on the storm’s exact path and strength when making landfall, this weather system could bring heavy rains, severe thunderstorms and high winds to the state this weekend.
On July 10, Entergy, along with the Edison Electric Institute and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, will salute the nation’s electrical lineworkers by observing National Lineworker Appreciation Day.
Hurricane season starts June 1, and although slightly below-normal activity is predicted this year, we know that it only takes one storm to affect our customers. Entergy is ready to safely and quickly restore power should a tropical system head our way.