More than 3,000 customers still without power from snow storm

Oklahoma's Electric Cooperatives customers experience power outages across the state Monday morning. (Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)


More than 3,400 customers of Oklahoma’s Electric Cooperatives remained without power Tuesday morning as a result of the weekend snow storm.

The OEC indicated the total was 3,413 customers ranging in counties from the Panhandle to the southwest. Caddo County, home to Anadarko, was hardest hit and as of Tuesday, still had 1,780 customers of CKenergy Electric Cooperative without electrical power.

Six surrounding counties combined to make the region the highest with outages and many were customers of CKenergy Electric Cooperative. It included 253 CK customers in Washita County, 318 CK customers in Kiowa County, 96 CK customers in Comanche County, 721 Canadian county customers of CK and 13 CK customers in Custer County. Grady County had 220 customers of CK and OEC without power.

Other power outages were reported in Texas, Osage, Payne, Adair, Pittsburg and Atoka Counties but most were one or two up to six customers.