Entergy crews and contractors are continuing to restore power in North Louisiana and Greater Baton Rouge after back-to-back storms impacted those regions of the state over the weekend.
In the last week, Entergy Mississippi has restored nearly 138,000 customers after back-to-back storms afflicted our service area.
As crews narrow in on areas in North Louisiana that were hard hit by recent storms, crews in the Baton Rouge area are just beginning to assess damages and restore power after a strong storm swept through the area Saturday afternoon.
Entergy Louisiana crews are continuing to make progress restoring power to customers in North Louisiana after intense storms impacted the area early Friday. Estimated times of restoration are now available by parish.
Early morning storms brought strong, gusty high winds again into our Entergy service territory causing fallen trees and broken tree limbs resulting in outages and damages to our facilities. Outages as of 7:00 p.m. are at 58,866.
Entergy Louisiana has restored power to more than 75% of customers in North Louisiana that were affected by this morning's storms and can safely accept service. The company anticipates being able to provide estimated times of restoration to those who remain without power by 8 p.m.
Entergy Louisiana crews are assessing damages and restoring power where it is safe to do so after a destructive line of storms swept across North Louisiana Friday morning (06/16/23).
Severe weather, including thunderstorms and a tornado, pelted Entergy Mississippi’s service area Friday night, causing power outages for 15,398 customers at peak. As of 8 p.m., power has been restored to about 9,322 customers.