(WIAT) — UPDATE 11 AM: Alabama announced that power has been restored to over 198,000 customers affected by Saturday’s storm.
Customers that are still without power are in the hardest-hit areas, according to the utility provider. Crews are still working to recover power for 3,200 customers.
MONDAY 4 AM: In Monday’s 4 a.m. update, Alabama Power reports that they are down to 4,000 customers that are still without power.
An additional update is expected at 11 a.m. with the latest on power being restored to the area.
UPDATE AT 10 PM: Alabama Power reports that around 129,000 people have now had their power restored, but there are still roughly 47,000 without.
UPDATE AT 8 PM: There are now roughly 116,000 people who have had their power restored. There are still approximately 60,000 people still without power.
UPDATE AT 6 PM: Approximately 84,000 people are without electricity in Alabama, according to Alabama Power.
UPDATE AT 5 PM: Alabama Power has announced that they have restored power to 91,000 people, but there are still just as many without it.
UPDATE AT 3 PM: Alabama Power has announced that they have restored power to 67,000 users, but there are still nearly 90,000 without power.
UPDATE AT 2 PM: Alabama Power has announced that 81,000 people are without power.
UPDATE AT 1 PM: Alabama Power has announced that more than 52,000 people are without service.
Alabama Power Western has released just how many people have lost power due to the storm. There are currently 18,000 people without power, with the majority of those people located in West and South Alabama.
Listed below are the counties with the greatest customer impacts at this time:— Alabama Power (@alabamapower) January 11, 2020
5,800 – Baldwin
2,200 – Escambia
2,000 – Tuscaloosa
1,600 – Pickens
1,400 – Sumter
1,000 – Jefferson
We will continue to update this post with the latest information.
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