UPDATE (4:45 p.m., 8/14): The OG&E System Watch webpage shows that power is restored to all OG&E customers who lost power during the Friday evening storms.
UPDATE (2:25 p.m., 8/14): Power outages among OG&E customers in Oklahoma are now down to 243, with 184 in Muskogee and 59 in Oklahoma City, according to the OG&E System Watch webpage.
UPDATE: The thousands of OG&E power outages caused by the Friday evening storms are now down to just over 600.
The OG&E System Watch website states that there are 621 outages in Oklahoma, as of 10 a.m.
The outages include 415 in Oklahoma City, 122 in Warr Acres and 84 in Bixby.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Thousands of OG&E customers are still without power Friday night, following a sudden heavy storm.
OG&E customers from Central to Eastern Oklahoma are in the dark.
An OG&E System Watch map shows that 4,155 customers are without power as of 10:30 p.m.
Oklahoma City has the most outages, 2,290. Howe has the second most outages with 504, Gore the third most with 417.
“Crews will continue to work overnight to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. With more storms coming in, the inclement weather may delay crews from restoring service across Oklahoma City metro and can impact restoration times,” an OG&E news release states.