More than 100,000 Oklahomans are without power Monday morning as a winter storm move across the state.
According to OG&E, early Monday morning, more than 57,000 customers are without power. The largest outage area is in Yukon, with nearly 20,000 customers without power as of 10 a.m.
OG&E officials said crews are working around the clock to restore power to those customers. However, there is not an estimated time on when power will be restored to affected areas.
If you are an OG&E customer, report your outage at (405)-272-9595 in Oklahoma City or (800)-522-6870 in all other areas.
According to the Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, more than 9,000 customers are without power. Check OEC power outages here.
According to Cimarron Electric, which serves Kingfisher, Cashion, Watonga and other areas, more than 11,000 customers are without power. Check Cimarron Electric outages here.
Cotton Electric Cooperative, which provides electric service to more than 20,000 meters in eight counties of southwest Oklahoma, reports more than 10,000 customers are without power. Check power outages here.
Blistery winter weather causes widespread power outages Monday morning. You could see leaning or collapsed poles and downed power lines all across the metro. Ice as thick as about an inch surrounded the lines, then you add in the high wind and these lines came crashing down, sometimes crossing roadways.
Crews are working as quickly as they can to restore power, but considering how widespread the outages are, it could take some time.