OG&E Storm Center

Situation Updates

May 20, 2024 11:00 AM


Last night, severe storms including damaging winds, tornadoes and heavy rainfall moved through OG&E’s service area causing downed power lines, broken power poles, and damage to cross arms and other equipment attached to poles. As of 11 a.m., approximately 1,800 customers are without service in Oklahoma City, El Reno, Drumright, Perkins, Sapulpa, and Muskogee areas, down from the approximately 6,800 customers who experienced an outage.  

OG&E has hundreds of employees working to restore service to homes and businesses that can accept power. Estimated Times of Restoration (ETRs) are available on our System Watch outage map.

Downed power lines may still be energized and should be considered hazardous. Please stay away from them and anything they are touching. To report an outage, download the OG&E mobile app (iOS or Android), report online at OGE.com/outages, or call 800-522-6870.

As we restore power, it may be necessary to gain access to your property. As we clear tree limbs that are interfering with power lines, OG&E will bring tree and brush debris to the curb; however, customers are responsible for removing the debris. City and county resources for debris removal may be available and will vary by community.

Learn more about who to call and what to do after a storm at OGE.com/stormprep.


When the Power Goes Out

If your power goes out, be sure to notify us. As we focus on safely restoring power, we urge you to stay safe as well and avoid any downed power lines or trees. We have may ways you can report an outage.

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Live Updates on Outages

Looking for more information? System Watch shows a live map of current outages with information on estimated restoration times.

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Prepare for Severe Weather

When severe weather strikes, our crews work as quickly and safely as possible to respond and restore power to our customers. Knowing how to prepare for a weather event can help keep you and your family safe.