Power Outage in Jacksonville, FL

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Beaches Energy Services
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Jacksonville Power Outages Caused by Weather


June 14, 2023 - Thunderstorm Wind

A tree was blown down on a home causing roof damage on the Jacksonville Northside along Briarcliff Road. Powerlines were also reported down in the northside area.

Lakewood - Lakewood
September 1, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

A tree was blown down near Altama Road and Grove Park Blvd. Power lines were down. The cost of damage was unknown but estimated for inclusion in Storm Data.

Southside Estates - Southside Estates
August 31, 2022 - Lightning

A power pole transformer was directly struck by lightning which resulted in loss of power to a small area near Oceanway. JEA then reported approximately 12 gallons of non-pcb mineral oil was released from the struck transformer. A nearby storm drain that discharges into the caney branch was impacted. Clean-up actions were completed.

Dunn Creek - Dunn Creek
August 18, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

A tree was blown down onto a power line. The cost of damage was estimated for inclusion of the event in Storm Data.

Southside Estates - Southside Estates
March 18, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

The Duval county 911 call center reported power line wires down on a home at 6545 brandemere rd north in Arlington. Multiple weather stations in the Arlington and Mayport areas reported gusts ranging from 50 to 56 mph. Pea size hail was also reported by the broadcast media in the Arlington area at Grove Park neighborhood, near Hartsfield and Ft Caroline road and along Safeshelter Drive South.

Eggleston Hgts - Eggleston Hgts


March 24, 2022

Prefrontal showers and isolated thunderstorms moved across southeast Georgia and northeast Florida Thursday morning as a cold front was to the west of the area. Waves of upper level energy moved ahead of and along the front, continuing waves of showers and storms. Storms trained over downtown Jacksonville for most of the morning and afternoon causing street flooding and McCoy���s Creek to overflow its bank. Strong winds from passing storms also caused downed power lines in Alachua county.

March 18, 2022

A pre-frontal squall line moved from northwest to southeast through the area Friday afternoon into evening. As the line moved through inland southeast Georgia, they produced strong winds with observation sites in Alma, Waycross, Jesup, and St. Simons Island recording wind gusts ranging from 42 to 47 mph. As the line moved south, it interacted with the pinned Atlantic coast sea breeze in northeast Florida causing storms to intensify before they moved offshore in the late afternoon into evening. Between 4:45 PM and 5 PM EST, a severe thunderstorm passed through east Jacksonville, mainly over the Arlington area, producing downed power lines, gusts ranging from 50 to 56 mph and pea size hail. Between 6 PM and 6:20 PM EST, a strong thunderstorm passed through southeastern St. Johns county near Matanzas inlet causing 40 mph wind gusts being observed and downed power lines from the outskirts of the storm. The strong/severe thunderstorms pushed into the Atlantic ocean later in the evening.

December 24, 2020

A strong pre-frontal squall line crossed the local area during the afternoon and into the early evening. Despite the limited instability, strong bulk shear of 50-60 kts and a strong low level jet produced widespread wind damage as a squall line crossed the local area. Wind gusts of 45-66 mph produced widespread tree and power line damage. Three QLCS tornadoes produced damage across NE FL where better surface based instability occurred during the afternoon ahead of the squall line.

September 11, 2017

Hurricane Irma's eye passed west of the local forecast area, with the region on the storm's turbulent east side. Widespread tropical storm force winds with gusts to hurricane force were felt across much of the area, with the strongest winds surging up the Florida east coast during the pre-dawn hours of Sept. 11th. Extensive tree and power line damage occurred across the local area from the winds. One of the greatest local impacts exacerbated by Irma's rainfall and storm surge was river flooding. Prior to Irma's arrival, a local nor'eastern developed 3 days prior, with strong onshore flow pumping water into the St. Johns River basin. Elevated water levels of 1-2 ft above normal tidal departure were already ongoing for several tidal cycles before Irma's surge and rainfall. The nor'easter also brought localized heavy rainfall bands, with some areas near the coast realizing 4-6 inches in 24 hrs the days prior to Irma. In addition, precursor conditions to the nor'easter included an above average rainfall across the region during the summer months. Major, historic river flooding was forecast along Black Creek and the Sante Fe a week prior to Irma. Realized river values along the St. Johns surpassed prior record levels set by Hurricane Dora in 1964, during low tide the morning of Sept. 11th. The St. Johns River basin continued to rise with the combination of trapped tides due to the nor'easter, astronomically high tides heading into the spring tide season, storm surge of up to 5 ft in some areas, fresh water rainfall of 7-11 inches, and strong southerly winds pushing the water across the basin on the east side of Irma. Historic river flooding occurred across much of NE Florida Sept 11th through the following week as water levels were slow to funnel out of the St. Johns basin. Coastal infrastructure that was already weakened about 1 year ago due to Hurricane Matthew suffered the most damage from Irma's storm surge.

June 6, 2016

Tropical Storm Colin moved onshore the Florida Big Bend area late Monday June 6th and then tracked quickly over the local area that night. A band of heavy rainfall and strong thunderstorms moved across NE Florida on the east side of Colin during the afternoon of June 6th which produced strong tropical storm force wind gusts and subsequent wind damage including downed trees, power lines and some structural damage mainly along and east of the Highway 301 corridor in NE Florida. There was also one confirmed EF1 tornado touchdown within this squall that impacted the Westside of Jacksonville near Normandy and the Crystal Springs area. Tropical storm force wind gusts outside of thunderstorm activity started after midnight Tue morning (June 7th) across coastal locations with gusts generally between 40 and 50 mph. The heaviest rainfall amounts were observed Monday afternoon June 6th and range from 4 to 8 inches across much of NE Florida. SE Ga experienced less impacts.


Duval, St. Johns power outage map: See totals from Tropical Storm Nicole

As Tropical Storm Nicole brings storm surge, high winds and flooding rain to Florida, here's a look at power outages around the Jacksonville area.

Nov 10, 2022

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As Tropical Storm Nicole makes its way through Northeast Florida Thursday, some residents are experiencing much-anticipated power outages due to strong strong winds and heavy rains impacting the area.

Nov 10, 2022

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News4JAX viewer Garrett Krehbiel sent in video of an electrical fire that appears to be a power line on the ground.

Nov 10, 2022

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Yulee, Fla.- Florida Public Utilities and Sharp Energy, subsidiaries of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, are actively monitoring and preparing for Tropical Storm Nicole, which is expected to... | November 23, 2022

Nov 9, 2022

JEA: Real-time power outages map of Jacksonville St Johns Clay

Is your neighborhood without power? View updated power outages from Duval County and other areas served by JEA, FPL and Clay Electric.

Nov 9, 2022

Hingham, Braintree utility workers join Hurricane Ian recovery efforts

Hingham Municipal Light Plant and Braintree Electric Light Department sent crews to Florida to help restore power after Hurricane Ian devastation.

Oct 7, 2022

Most Habitable Homes in Florida Should Get Power Restored by End of Week, FPL Says

Nearly a week after Hurricane Ian smashed into Florida and carved a path of destruction that reached into the Carolinas, hundreds of thousands of Florida

Oct 5, 2022

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Power out on whole neighborhood pregnant woman and sick elderly around. Near the old lawn Morris water st and sunset and surrounding areas

Unknown | February 15, 2021  

I live at the Jacksonville Pines apartment complex and we are without power. Getting very cold and we have many elderly people who live here. Power went out at 2:15PM

Tristan | February 15, 2021  

Power is out, Jacksonville tx

E | December 01, 2020  

Power out on Old 30 Rd Jacksonville NC

Travis Landers | August 15, 2020  

Power went out about 15 min ago when can we expect it back on

Flamingo Lakes RV Jacksonville FL | August 09, 2020  

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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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Jacksonville, Florida

City Jacksonville
County Duval
State Florida (FL)
Country United States
Zip Codes 32099, 32201, 32202, 32203, 32204, 32205, 32206, 32207, 32208, 32209

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