The winter storm continues to push through Arkansas, bringing a mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow. More than 14,000 customers are without power. The winter precipitation is making for dangerous travel situations, slowing restoration efforts.
Crews are ready to respond to power outages, but if your power goes out overnight, the outage map will not give an estimated restoration time until the storm passes and damage can be assessed.
Crews are gearing up for Winter Storm Landon
Winter Storm Landon is quickly approaching Arkansas, bringing with it damaging freezing rain, snow, sleet and ice. Entergy Arkansas is mobilizing crews to be ready to respond as soon as it is safe to do so.
Our workforce is ready to respond to outages due to a winter storm predicted to affect parts of our service area in Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Customers should prepare as well.
Safety is a core value at Entergy, for everyone – whether it’s our employees or our customers, even the littlest ones. Keeping children safe is everyone’s job, though, from utility providers to teachers and parents.
If the text is demanding immediate payment under threat of disconnecting service, it is NOT Entergy.
Customers, please beware of text messages that appear to be from Entergy demanding money from you. This is a new version of an old scam, previously done with phone calls, that’s been going on for years.
Just over 2,000 Entergy Arkansas customers remain without power following a winter storm Saturday. This is down from 6,194 outages at the peak at 4 p.m. yesterday.
Heavy, wet snow is bringing trees down onto power lines, and additional snowfall and icy conditions are making travel treacherous through the northern parts of Arkansas.
The Saints' season is over, but we're still celebrating an Arkansas connection to our corporate HQ's home team. Garner Gassman, serviceman from Malvern, Arkansas, represented Entergy as the Lineman of the Game during the New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins game Dec. 27.