As a large weather system moved across the state bringing several inches of rain, snow and high winds, Georgia Power is responding to service interruptions as quickly and safely as weather conditions allow. Crews from around the state are engaged in restoration activities, including damage assessment to determine what restoration crews will need to make repairs. As of 9 a.m. Monday morning, approximately 71,000 customers are without power according to Georgia Power’s Online Outage Map.
Georgia Power reminds customers to keep safety first during severe winter weather and offers the following tools to stay connected and informed.
For additional video tips on preparing for winter weather, visit GeorgiaPower.com/storm. The site features information on a variety of severe weather topics including staying connected, electrical safety and more.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, Georgia Power wants to assure our customers that we have comprehensive plans in place to continue our operations.