OG&E Storm Center

While crews are working, please stay safe and keep away from downed power lines and anything they are touching.

Please visit System Watch to view our live outage map. Need to report an outage or downed power line? Customers can text OUT to 32001 if signed up for outage text alerts from myOGEalerts. You can also report online or call 800-522-6870.

Situation Updates

Jul 29, 2022 6:15 PM
SERVICE AREA:

Late Thursday evening, severe weather moved through OG&E’s service area in eastern Oklahoma. Thunderstorms continued moving through the service area today and created additional outages in Enid, Bristow, Crescent, and Marietta. Customers can check the System Watch outage map for estimated restoration times: outagemap.oge.com.

We anticipate restoring  power tonight to  the majority of customers who experienced severe weather last night. The remaining 300 customers, primarily in the Muskogee area, may continue to experience a service interruption into Saturday, but are expected to be restored no later than 10 p.m.  

As additional severe weather is forecasted throughout the weekend, please stay safe and stay away from downed power lines and anything they are touching. Report downed power lines by calling 800-522-6870. Customers can also alert us of outages online when logged into their OG&E account, or by text when they sign up for myOGEalerts.  

 

As we 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.

Jul 29, 2022 11:15 AM
SERVICE AREA:

Late Thursday evening, severe weather including gusts up to 65 mph moved through OG&E’s service area in eastern Oklahoma. Thunderstorms are continuing to move through the area this morning and could create additional outages, as well as impact restoration efforts.  

As of 11:00 a.m., approximately 3,700 customers are without service, down from a peak of 16,000 overnight. The majority of customers experiencing outages are in the communities of: Kiefer, Sapulpa and Muskogee, Oklahoma as well as Fort Smith, Arkansas.  

We mobilized approximately 300 personnel to the area to restore power as safely and as quickly as possible. Crews worked overnight to continue power restoration when it was safe to do so.  

Please stay safe and stay away from downed power lines and anything they are touching. Report downed power lines by calling 800-522-6870. Customers can also alert us of outages online when logged into their OG&E account, or by text when they sign up for myOGEalerts.  

It is important to make sure your home or business is ready to receive power. If your weather head, service cable or meter socket is damaged, you will need to contact a certified electrician to make necessary repairs before service can be restored. Your electrician should know whether inspections are required by your city or town.  

As we 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 we clear tree limbs that are interfering with power lines, vegetation crews will take tree and brush debris from the customer's yard to the curb, but will not remove this debris. The disposal of debris due to storms is the customer's responsibility.

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When the Power Goes Out

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