Many still without power after strong storms whip through the Mid-South

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Thousands of MLGW customers were without power as storms and high winds move through the Mid-South Wednesday evening.

At 7:30 p.m. MLGW reported 3,524 customers without power.

As of 6:15 a.m. Thursday, that number is now at 374 customers. 16 outages are still reported.

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In Mississippi, Entergy is reporting 857 customers without power.

374 Entergy customers are without power across Arkansas.

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Over 3,500 MLGW customers are without power Wednesday evening as strong storms move through the Mid-South.

Outages are also reported for Entergy customers across Arkansas in Mississippi.

At 9:30 p.m., Entergy reported 802 power outages in Tate County, 263 outages in Tunica County, 57 in DeSoto County, and 276 outages in Coahoma County.

at 10:15 p.m., Entergy continued to report 802 power outages in Tate County, but the number of outages in Tunica County dropped to 2. 53 outages were reported in DeSoto County, 275 outages in Coahoma County, and 74 in Panola County.

In Arkansas, Entergy is reporting 104 outages in Crittenden County, 82 outages in Poinsett County, and 39 outages in Mississippi County as of 8 p.m.

At 9:30 p.m. in Arkansas, Entergy reported 424 outages in Crittenden County, 57 outages in Mississippi County, and 270 in Phillips County.

At 10:15 p.m. in Arkansas, Entergy reported 106 outages in Crittenden County and 57 outages in Mississippi County.

At 6:29 p.m., a trained spotter in Poinsett County, Ark. reported a few power lines down just a little south of Tyronza and possible structure damage to some homes just north of Tyronza. One house just south of town was reported to have siding missing and some windows knocked out by a picnic table.

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