Thousands of OG&E customers are without power late Monday night after a line of severe storms barreled through the state.
Shortly after 11:30 p.m., OG&E reported more than 8,300 customers without power throughout the state.
According to OG&E System Watch, the most without power was in Oklahoma City with more than 1,400 customers reporting outages. More than 950 customers in Bethany also reported outages.
Due to heavy storms and large volume of outages (about 4400 & climbing), we're unable to provide restoration times. Will update when we can— OG&E (@OGandE) July 4, 2017
Due to heavy storms and large volume of outages (about 4400 & climbing), we're unable to provide restoration times. Will update when we can
According to the News 9 weather center, winds of up to 68 mph were reported in the Oklahoma City metro area.
After 2:00 a.m., OG&E reported nearly 6,400 customers in Oklahoma were still without power. Customers without power in Oklahoma City rose to more than 2,100, according to the OG&E System Watch. The city of Bethany was listed as the 2nd largest amount of customers without power at more than 600 reported outages.
After 4:00 a.m., OG&E reported 5,019 customers still without power in the state. The largest cities affected were Oklahoma City- 2,172, Midwest City- 423, and Bethany- 211.
After 6:00 a.m., OG&E reported 3,920 customers without power statewide. 1,213 customers in Oklahoma City were still without power, 579 in Gage, and 239 in Yukon.
To report a power outage, call 272-9595 if you are in Oklahoma City. If you are outside of the Oklahoma City metro area, call (800) 522-6870 to report an outage.
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