Storm Center > Morning Restoration Update - Friday, April 10, 2020

Morning Restoration Update - Friday, April 10, 2020


Severe thunderstorms and high winds moved through the Entergy Texas service territory Thursday evening, April 9th, causing wide spread outages with a peak of 31,100 customers without power. Currently as of Friday, 4/10/20 at 7:45am, a total of 8,200 customers are without power in the Cleveland, Conroe, Huntsville, Navasota, New Caney, Silsbee and The Woodlands areas. Entergy Texas workers are currently assessing damages and restoring power where it is safe to do so. For the impacted areas, the estimated times for complete restoration for the following areas are:

Cleveland – Friday, 4/10/20 at 2:00pm

Conroe - Friday, 4/10/20 at 6:00pm

Huntsville - Friday, 4/10/20 at 6:00pm

Navasota - Friday, 4/10/20 at 6:00pm

New Caney - Friday, 4/10/20 at 12:00pm

Silsbee - Friday, 4/10/20 at 8:00pm

The Woodlands - Friday, 4/10/20 at 12:00pm

Entergy Texas is closely monitoring weather forecasts, which predict more storms through Saturday and Sunday. 

We are working to ensure we have the people and resources to respond to outages, while also maintaining safety precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Restoration times may be extended if outages are widespread.  Additional measures, such as social distancing, must be taken due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

For their safety and yours, please stay away from their work zones. If you need to report a problem with your service or get bill payment help, we’re just a phone call away: 1-800-ENTERGY.

As with any weather event, please be mindful of the following safety tips:

  1. Live wires can be deadly. Stay away from downed power lines. Call 1 800 9OUTAGE or1 800 968 8243 to report downed or dangling power lines, poles or other damaged equipment.
  2. Do not trim trees or remove debris on or near downed power lines. Only power company crews or their contractors should remove trees or limbs touching power lines.
  3. Keep away from the immediate areas where crews are working. There is always the danger of moving equipment and the possibility of construction materials or limbs or overhead wires falling to the ground.
  4. If you plan on using a generator for temporary power, get a licensed electrician and disconnect from the utility electric system before hooking up to your home main electric panel. 
  5. Do not run a generator in a confined space without adequate ventilation.
  6. Avoid using candles or other flammable devices to warm your home. 
  7. Check on seniors, who can be particularly susceptible to extreme temperatures. 
  8. Try to stay off the roads in affected areas. More traffic in bad weather leads to more accidents, including more injuries and fatalities as well as accidents that can damage electrical poles and other equipment, creating outages and impeding the ability of crews to access and repair damage and slowing restoration.

We want to keep you informed and in control so here is the best way to get information about outages in addition to the View Outage application:

  1. Download our app for your smartphone at or visit to stay informed on our restoration progress. Android users who have difficulty accessing the app on their smartphones can get information from the mobile version of our site at
  2. Sign up for text alerts. From your cellphone, text R E G to 368374, or visit
  3. Follow us on or
  4. Follow updates in your local news media, like radio, television and newspapers.
  5. For tips on battling cold winter temperatures and controlling your bill go to bills.

Texas Editorial Team