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OG&E updates restoration estimates for customers without power due to weekend storms

Crews working to restore power to thousands of customers after weekend storms caused thousands of outages throughout the state.

OG&E reported 4,000 new outages Monday.

Updated restoration estimates for late Monday night include Ardmore, Beggs, Bethany, Bokoshe, Bristow, Cameron, Del City, Douglas, Drumright, Edmond, Eufaula, Heavener, Muldrow, Muskogee, Mustang, Noble, Panama, Perkins, Spiro, The Village and Yukon.

Restoration estimates for Tuesday night include Chandler, Harrah, Meeker, Moore, Norman, Oklahoma City, Poteau and Roland.

The current phase of restoration has crews working more in neighborhood areas and backyards. With these types of repairs, power is restored to smaller groups of customers at a time.

Crews are clearing tree limbs that are in or interfering with power lines. After the lines are cleared, vegetation crews will take tree and brush debris from the customer's yard to the curb but will not remove this debris.

The disposal of debris due to storms is the customer's responsibility.

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An OG&E truck drives in a neighborhood near 21st and McKinley after severe weather moved through Oklahoma City last year.  [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

An OG&E truck drives in a neighborhood near 21st and McKinley after severe weather moved through Oklahoma City last year. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

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