3:45 p.m. Service has been restored in Kingfisher and Geary, and is expected to restored in Watonga within the hour, Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority spokesman Drake Rice said.
Service is still out to Fairview, Wyanoka, Okeene and Goltry, with a total number of 4,919 customers affected, he said.
Edmond Electric crews are still in Okeene helping the city replace damaged poles. Two spans of power lines in Okeene are on the ground. A crew from Purcell Municipal Electric is on its way to Fairview, he said.
OG&E reports 11,256 customers in Enid are without power as of 3 p.m.
Mike Honigsberg, Garfield County Emergency Management director, reports OG&E officials say the majority of Enid residents will have power back on Tuesday night, and all the power could be restored by the end of the business day Wednesday.
About 12 Western Farmers Electric Cooperative substations remained off as of noon Tuesday, according to a news release. Those substations include the Alfalfa Electric Cooperative in Cherokee, Cimarron Electric Cooperative in Kingfisher, Kiwash Electric Cooperative in Cordell and Northwestern Electric Cooperative in Woodward service areas.
12:50 p.m. OG&E has sent workers with bulldozers and tractors to assess the situation in remote areas in Enid, as well as two helicopters, spokesman Brian Alford said.
“We are continuing to do assessments today,” Alford said. “We will have to have our assessment completed before we can give an estimated time for restoration.”
The power outage wasn't too bad for one Enid family. David Ezzell said Tuesday the power at his house was out for about 12 hours.
“My house was pretty well insulated. We actually have a gas log and a fireplace but we didn't turn it on until I got up,” Ezzell said. “There are a lot of people around town who are suffering however because there are a lot of folks who don't have nice, well-insulated homes who are probably all shivering.”
12:05 p.m. Power has been restored to many customers in Enid. At noon, Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. reported 9,351 outages in Enid. There were about 22,000 customers without power at one point.
The Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority spokesman Drake Rice said power has been out to 5,700 customers in Fairview, Waynoka, Watonga, Goltry, Geary and Okeene. Power to Kingfisher also went out, but the city is running on its backup system, Rice said.
11:05 a.m. Power remains out for more than 20,000 electric customers in Enid, the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. website shows.
The Cimarron Electric Cooperative reports there is no timeline for when repairs will be made for its electric customers in northwest Oklahoma.
Cimarron Electric reports the main power line to the Hennessey, Dover, Twin Lakes, Cashion, and Reeding electric substations is down. As soon as the line is repaired, power should be restored to Dover, Crescent, Cashion, Guthrie, Piedmont and north Edmond areas that remain without power, Cimarron Electric reports.
5 a.m. ENID — High winds in Monday's winter blizzard downed power lines and caused a citywide outage Monday night, a police dispatcher said.
“Power is out just about everywhere,” the dispatcher said Tuesday morning.
More than 21,000 homes and businesses in Enid are without power, according to Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.
In northwest Oklahoma, OG&E reports 33,286 power outages, including 21,101 in Enid.
Power is out to nearly every home and business Tuesday morning in Blaine County, a sheriff's dispatcher said.
The Monday blizzard knocked out power to Watonga, a Blaine County city of more than 4,600 people, the dispatcher said. A shelter has been set up at Watonga City Hall, the dispatcher said. Watonga is primarily served by Cimarron Electric Cooperative.
There also are more than 1,500 power outages reported in Woodward County, emergency management director Matt Lehenbauer said.
In central Oklahoma, Crescent had 1,664 power outages Tuesday. There are 2,824 reported outages in central Oklahoma.
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