Rain chances possible starting middle of next week

UPDATE: Power restored to local water plant but could take time before its back to normal

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OKLAHOMA CITY – After more than 4,000 OG&E customers were without power Saturday, officials with the company say relief should be coming soon.

The electricity outage affected residents in south Oklahoma City, Norman and Choctaw.

Kristy Yager, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma City, said residents across the metro are also reporting low water pressure or no water at all.

Yager said once the power is restored, customers will receive water normally.

OG&E says power has been restored to the Draper plant but it could take some time before the system returns to normal.

Kathleene O’Shea, a spokeswoman for OG&E, said there is no time frame for restoration in south Oklahoma City because the outage in that area is more recent and crews are currently trying to diagnose a cause.