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Storms disrupt power in Big Bend, south Georgia

Power Outage
Posted at 11:57 AM, Nov 30, 2022
and last updated 2022-12-01 11:47:21-05

(WTXL) — With a line of severe storms moving across the Florida panhandle and towards Florida’s Big Bend and south Georgia, local counties are experiencing power outages Wednesday.

According to Talquin electric co-op, which services Gadsden County and portions of Leon and Wakulla counties, they are experiencing outages.

Gadsden has 347 customers without power, portions of Leon have 136 Talquin customers without power and Wakulla has 26 customers without power.

Duke Energy is reporting two customers without power in Leon County, 37 customers without power in Jefferson County and 540 customers without power in Madison County.

Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative is reporting 34 outages in Lafayette County, six outages in Hamilton County and 247 outages in Suwannee County.

The Tri-County Electric Cooperative reported 15 outages in Taylor County.

Georgia Power is reporting that 68 customers are without power in Valdosta. Power has been restored.

Grady EMC reports one outage impacting 7,009 customers in Thomas County and one outage affecting 5,134 customers in Decatur County are without power.

Colquitt Electric Membership Corporation reports the Moultrie region, which includes Brooks County, has five customers without power, and the Valdosta region, which includes Lowndes County, has 1,815 customers without power.

Editor's note: Click on the blue links above to view the latest power outage and restoration. It was incorrectly reported the number of customers that were without power in Taylor County. The number of outages has been updated. We regret the error.