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Harrison Power Outages Caused by Weather


May 10, 2023 - Thunderstorm Wind

A power line was blown down on the north side of Harrison.

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November 4, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

Multiple trees and powerlines were blown down across Arkansas 14.

Cricket - Cricket
May 3, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

The county judge reported trees and power lines down.

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March 19, 2020 - Tornado

The tornado began along Highway 206 East near Marshall Creek Road, where power poles were broken and there was some damage to a residence. Through southeast Boone County, the tornado uprooted and snapped trees, then moved across the southeast portion of Everton. There, the roof of a house was torn off and several trees were snapped at mid-trunk level. ||The tornado then tracked into Marion County where it uprooted trees. Near the intersection of County Roads 4019 and 4023, it destroyed a hay barn. Several large trees were uprooted and the porch was ripped off of a home. Several trees and power poles were downed and snapped. Before crossing Meadowcrest Lane and County Road 4019, it uprooted and snapped power poles and trees, caused extensive damage to a house, and destroyed an outbuilding. The tornado crossed Arkansas Highway 125 south near Eros and damaged the Bruno-Pyatt School. East of Eros, the tornado caused severe damage to a residence and destroyed its garage. Near the intersection of County Roads 4018 and 4010, several houses had severe damage. One person had a minor injury but was reportedly in good condition. The final damage points were WSW of Yellville, where several large trees were uprooted, power poles were broken, and a residence sustained roof damage.

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August 26, 2019 - Thunderstorm Wind

Trees were blown onto power lines.

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April 5, 2023

Cooling took place overhead during the early morning hours of the 5th, and this allowed scattered severe thunderstorms to pop up in northern Arkansas. Straight-line wind estimated at 75 to 85 mph roughed up homes and barns around Sydney (Sharp County). Tennis ball size hail occurred at Ash Flat (Sharp County), with hen egg size stones at Cherokee Village (Fulton/Sharp Counties).||After sunrise, a line of showers and strong to severe thunderstorms surged through the state from the west. This happened as a powerful storm system in the upper Midwest dragged a cold front across the region. Trees were blown down near Center Ridge (Conway County) and Fox (Stone County).||The front eventually stalled along the Gulf Coast. North of the front, areas of heavy rain were noted in southeast Arkansas through the overnight hours of the 5th and into the 6th. More than three inches of precipitation dumped in places, including Cane Creek State Park (Lincoln County) and Monticello (Drew County). At the latter location, a portion of Highway 278 was closed due to flooding. Conditions were much cooler, with temperatures largely in the 50s at 100 pm CDT on the 6th.

December 31, 2020

The month ended with a lot going on in the central United States. A powerful storm system in Texas brought a variety of precipitation types depending on the temperature during the last two days of 2020. Freezing rain was reported in northwest Arkansas on the 30th.

May 3, 2020

Earlier in the month, there was huge hail in northern Arkansas. On the 3rd, up to tennis ball size hail was noted around Mountain Home (Baxter County), with golf ball to hen egg size stones near Lakeview, Midway, and Norfork (all in Baxter County), Omaha (Boone County), Peel (Marion County), and Yellville (Marion County). ||Damaging winds were an issue across the northeast on the 3rd. Trees and/or power lines were downed at Evening Shade (Sharp County). A 61 mph gust was measured at Hoxie (Lawrence County).

January 17, 2020

During the early morning hours of the 17th, readings in parts of the Ozark Mountains of the north dipped to around freezing. By 400 am CST, it was 31 degrees at Harrison (Boone County) and 32 degrees at Mountain Home (Baxter County). At the same time, a storm system approaching from the west spread moisture into areas north of Little Rock (Pulaski County). Areas of light freezing rain were noted toward the Missouri border. There was a thin coating of ice on trees and power lines, and a few bridges and overpasses. Roads were mainly wet, and travel was mostly unaffected.

August 26, 2019

One more front from the north was responsible for perhaps the largest round of severe weather on the 26th/27th. Just north of Harrison (Boone County), damaging winds pushed trees onto power lines shortly before 500 pm CDT on the 26th. Closer to town, there was quarter size hail at 510 pm CDT. Later that night and early on the 27th, trees were flattened northeast of Moko (Fulton County). Car windows were blown out at Perryville (Perry County). A 59 mph gust was measured at Walnut Ridge (Lawrence County).


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Nov 10, 2022

Many without power in River Valley, crews still working Open Navigation Close Navigation

RIVER VALLEY, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — UPDATE: As of 9 p.m., OG&E 250 customers do not have service. It is expected to be restored “no later than 3 p.m. Saturday,” according to a press release. The customers without service are primarily in the Poteau area. RIVER VALLEY, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — UPDATE: As of 12 p.m., OG&E […]

Jul 21, 2022

Strong winds leave damage, power outages in Paris, Arkansas Open Navigation Close Navigation

A severe storm with damaging winds impacted Paris, Arkansas on Sunday, July 18 leaving behind downed trees, downed power lines, and a severely damaged electrical system.

Jul 18, 2022

Fayetteville power outage restored after affecting traffic signals, causing hazards Open Navigation Close Navigation

Just before 5 p.m. on June 7, the Fayetteville Police Department reported that multiple power outages in the city are affecting traffic signals and causing potential hazards.

Jun 7, 2022

Power outage affecting polling location, election headquarters in Fayetteville Open Navigation Close Navigation

A power outage at the Washington County Courthouse could be impacting polling locations.

May 24, 2022

Thousands of East Texans without power after storm system moves through area Share on Facebook Email This Link Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn

Several thousand East Texans are without power after a storm system barreled through the area Saturday night.

May 22, 2022

Woman killed by fallen tree in Cleveland County as storms move through state

A 20-year-old woman was killed when a tree fell on a mobile home in Cleveland County late afternoon Wednesday as storms moved through the area, Cleveland County Emergency Manager Stephen McClellan said.

Apr 13, 2022

Freezing rain forecast for most of Arkansas on Thursday; more road hazards, outages feared

Freezing rain is forecast across most of Arkansas today.

Feb 24, 2022

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My power went out and I saw the houses near me all of them were out I live in 605 Central Avenue Harrison NJ

Roberto Lima | July 24, 2022  

1945 HARRISON RD, JERSEY TWP, OH, 43031..what power co. works this area?

Tdaniel | June 14, 2022  

do we have an estimate of time for repair 865 e Echo bay drive Harrison id

T[email protected] | September 07, 2020  

Our generator is going. Did we lose power?

Diana and John jones | May 31, 2020  

Our generator is going. Did we lose power?

Diana and John Jones | May 15, 2019  

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What is Power Outage?

Power outage (also called a power cut, a power blackout, power failure or a blackout) is a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power to a particular area.

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  • Severe weather (high winds, lightning, winter storms, heat waves, rain or flooding can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
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Harrison, Arkansas

City Harrison
County Boone
State Arkansas (AR)
Country United States
Zip Codes 72601, 72602

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