Alabama Power: Thousands without power in wake of Zeta

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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:

Nov. 1

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.

9:45 p.m.

Alabama Power is reporting that 258,000 people statewide are without power. 41,000 coming in central Alabama.

1:30 p.m.

Alabama Power reports that approximately 382,000 households and businesses remain without power.

9:20 a.m.

As of 7:30 a.m. Thursday, nearly 17,000 Coosa Valley Elective Cooperative service customers were without power in the Talladega area.

4 a.m.

Alabama Power has announced that there are over 494,000 outages across the state due to Tropical Storm Zeta.

2 a.m.

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 for more information..


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