BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Here are the following power outage updates across Alabama that have been caused by Tropical Storm Zeta, as reported by Alabama Power and other electric cooperative:
Alabama Power is reporting that 84,000 citizens are still without power. The company says they expect 99% of Birmingham area residents will have power restored by midnight Sunday.
Alabama Power is reporting that 258,000 people statewide are without power. 41,000 coming in central Alabama.
Alabama Power reports that approximately 382,000 households and businesses remain without power.
As of 7:30 a.m. Thursday, nearly 17,000 Coosa Valley Elective Cooperative service customers were without power in the Talladega area.
Alabama Power has announced that there are over 494,000 outages across the state due to Tropical Storm Zeta.
According to Alabama Power, the following areas across Central Alabama are currently without power due to storm damage due to Tropical Storm Zeta
- 46,000 out of Birmingham
- 19,000 in the Tuscaloosa area
- 29,000 in east Alabama
- 368,000 statewide
This story will be updated as more outages are reported and more areas have power restored. Stay tuned at CBS42.com for more information..
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