SOUTHERN UTAH – Power outages have been reported in parts of Iron and Washington counties Saturday night.
UPDATED: 1 a.m., Sunday
According to Rocky Mountain Power’s website, as of 11:50 p.m.: power remains out in parts of LaVerkin, Springdale, Toquerville and Virgin, affecting approximately 372 customers. This is down from 3,681 who were originally without power.
The cause of the outage is a transmission disruption which is expected to be fixed by around 8 a.m. A work crew has been dispatched.
Northern Washington County/Iron County
Power is also out in Cedar City, Kanarraville and New Harmony.
Approximately 407 customers remain without power, down from 1,069. High winds were the cause of this particular power outage. Rocky Mountain Power does not currently have an estimated time of complete power restoration.
A crew is on site and repairs are under way.
Approximately 598 customers are without power in Panguitch. A work crew has been dispatched and power restoration is estimated at around 3 a.m.
Excessive winds and lightning have been reported across the region, with winds in St. George being reported at 55 mph by the National Weather Service.
Check back for updates.
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