Entergy Texas storm update – 6/22/23, 10 a.m.

By: Entergy Texas
| Published 06/22/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Entergy Texas crews continue restoration efforts after heavy thunderstorms, strong winds up to 70 mph, and downed trees caused widespread outages across its service area Wednesday.

Entergy Texas crews continue damage assessments and restoration efforts following severe storms Wednesday night

As of 10 a.m., approximately 14,400 customers are without power, down from a peak of approximately 50,000 outages Wednesday night. Montgomery and Madison Counties were the most heavily impacted areas, with more than 12,300 customers without power as of 10 a.m. Additional resources are being deployed to these areas to assist with restoration efforts.

Damage assessments are ongoing, but preliminary reports indicate downed trees and widespread debris. For more information on damage and estimated restoration times, visit our View Outage map.

Safety is our number one priority. If you lose power, keep the following tips in mind:

• Stay away from downed power lines and assume they are energized.

• Report a power outage on the myEntergy site or call 1-800-9OUTAGE. There is no need to speak with a customer service representative to report an outage if completed online.

• If you have a portable generator, use it safely. DO NOT run it in an enclosed space. If connecting the generator to the whole house, do so only if the connection has been installed by a licensed electrician to prevent back feed on to the distribution system.

• Do not open your refrigerator or freezer door. Food will stay cold much longer this way. If outside temperature is below freezing, consider placing food in an ice chest outside.

• Please stay clear of linemen as they work to safely restore power.

Stay informed:

Be sure to stay informed throughout the restoration process using the following resources:

• Download our free Entergy app.

• Sign up for text alerts by texting REG to 36778.

• Visit the Entergy Storm Center website and our View Outage page.

• Follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

• Call us at 1-800-9OUTAGE (800-968-8243).

• Follow your local news media for updates.

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