Entergy Texas, Inc. employees plan and train year-round, ready to respond and restore power when extreme, unpredictable weather causes power outages and downed power lines.
The forecast calls for freezing rain over and ice accumulations in central, western, and northern Arkansas for the next couple of days. Wind gusts are predicted throughout the state up to 25 mph today, and up to 20 mph in the northwest region of the state, Thursday night.
In a matter of days, Arkansas will see temperatures ranging from the upper 60s to the teens, which of course means severe weather will be in the mix. That usually means thunderstorms, floods and tornadoes this time of year, but it could also mean freezing rain.
As part of our ongoing commitment to support our communities as they rebuild following Hurricane Ida, Entergy today awarded $500,000 in shareholder-funded grants to organizations helping minority small business owners recover from the devastating storm.
Louisiana recognizes Severe Weather Preparedness Week Feb. 13-19
Entergy Mississippi recognizes Severe Weather Preparedness Week, Feb. 14-19
Crews are wrapping up restoration from the winter storm, but they will continue working until all customers who can take power can get it.