There’s no question that we are living in uncertain times. While our state moves forward with a phased approach to reopening the economy, we are here to lend a helping hand to our customers as they work to get back on their feet.
Entergy Mississippi's dedicated crews have restored service to the 12,874 customers who lost power during Tropical Storm Cristobal.
Tropical Storm Cristobal has moved out of the Entergy Mississippi territory. More than 12,200 customers have been restored, down from a peak of 12,874. Entergy workers and additional resources continue efforts to restore customers who remain without power. We expect all customers who can safely take power to be restored today.
Entergy Mississippi has restored power to more than 9,000 customers, down from a peak of 12,874 outages caused by Tropical Storm Cristobal. Cristobal’s remnants could also result in additional outages and damages to our electrical grid as it continues moving northward out of our service area.
Tropical Storm Cristobal made landfall in southeastern Louisiana yesterday and continues to move across Entergy Mississippi’s service territory. As of 8:15 a.m., Cristobal has caused power outages for about 12,100 customers. All customers affected by the thunderstorms on Friday, June 5 were restored yesterday before Cristobal began impacting our service territory.
A line of thunderstorms caused widespread power outages for more than 15,000 customers throughout our service area late Friday, June 5. As of 3 p.m., Entergy Mississippi crews have restored power for more than 12,600 customers. We are also prepared for the impacts of Tropical Storm Cristobal, including potential power outages.
No one gets through the tough times alone, particularly when faced with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It takes communities coming together for the betterment of all. At Entergy Texas, we are working to do our part.
Providing a helping hand to the community is an act of kindness Entergy employees take part in year-round, even in times of crisis.
Students and faculty at Southern University are using 3D printers in their Entergy-sponsored lab to make parts for reusable N95 masks to be used by COVID-19 health care professionals.