Oklahoma's historic October ice storm has now put more than 370,000 residents without electricity.
As of 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, OG&E said power has been restored for more than 120,000 customers.
According to a release, 260,000 (251,603) OG&E customers are without power, according to the company's system watch. Of the OG&E outages, over 150,000 (149,698) outages are in Oklahoma City.
An additional 75,759 electric cooperative members are without power.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma has also reported that more than 33,000 (33,531) customers are without power.
This is a developing story.