OG&E UPDATE @ 10:11pm: The power outages are going down as of 10:10 pm OG&E has on 703 customers without power. According to OG&E approximately 2,600 customers were without service as of 7:11 pm. OG&E says it’s mobilized 400 restoration personnel this afternoon to areas where the wind was strongest, and outages were higher. In addition, OG&E says crews will continue working through the night to restore customers’ power as quickly and safely as possible. Estimated restoration times are still currently not available.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – OG & E customers are facing outages across Oklahoma due to high winds moving across the State. Over 8,000 customers in Oklahoma are without electric and 2,500 PSO customers are affected.

According to OG&E:

There are more than 300 personnel restoring power as quickly and safely as possible. 

OG&E customers can sign up for myOGEalerts and monitor the storm impact at OGE.com/outages. Stay away from downed lines and anything they are touching. Please report downed power lines by calling 800-522-6870.    

OG&E advises customers as they work to restore power, it may be necessary to gain access to your property. Please ensure our crews have access and that you secure any animals.    

As trees are cleared limbs that are interfering with power lines, vegetation crews will take tree and brush debris from the customer’s yard to the curb but are unable to remove this debris from the customer’s property.  

It is unknown when the power will be restored.

For map of all outages click here:

Public Service of Oklahoma – PSO

OG &E Outage map – OG&E