Thousands without power after winter storm hits Oklahoma

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Crews with OG&E are working to restore power from the 2/5/2020 winter storm.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Thousands of Oklahomans are without power Wednesday morning after a winter storm hit the state.

According to OG&E’s System Watch, nearly 9,000 people are without power. Outages have been reported near Edmond, Oklahoma City, and Norman.

OG&E crews are working to restore power.

Officials with OG&E say you should:

  • Make sure all of your electronic devices are fully charged.
  • Keep a back-up power source on hand to recharge your phone.
  • Keep a portable phone charger in your car at all times.
  • Change the settings on your phone to lower power mode or place it on airplane mode to conserve energy.

Here are power outage maps for other electric companies in Oklahoma.

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