Power Outage in Pine Bluff, AR

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Pine Bluff Power Outages Caused by Weather


June 18, 2023 - Thunderstorm Wind

Report from mPING of 3 inch tree limbs broken and power poles broken.

Hooker - Hooker
April 13, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

Powerlines were downed by thunderstorm winds near Cornerstone, east of Pine Bluff.

Cornerstone - Cornerstone
September 21, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Multiple trees and power lines were blown down.

Arsenal - Arsenal
June 23, 2020 - Thunderstorm Wind

Trees and power lines were down near Sulphur Springs, blocking he road of Camden Cutoff.

Sulphur Spgs - Sulphur Spgs
April 12, 2020 - Thunderstorm Wind

Multiple large trees and power lines were down, blocking portions of Highway 270.

Bruce - Bruce


September 9, 2019

The only decent rain through the first two weeks occurred from central into southeast sections of the state on the 9th. Scattered to numerous thunderstorms popped up during the afternoon and continued into the evening. In the twenty four hour period ending at 700 am CDT on the 10th, one to more than two inches of precipitation fell at Little Rock (Pulaski County), Malvern (Hot Spring County), Monticello (Drew County), Pine Bluff (Jefferson County), and Sheridan (Grant County).||Severe weather was spotty at most. Damaging winds removed part of a roof from a building in Pine Bluff (Jefferson County). Trees and power lines were downed just southeast of McGehee (Desha County). Gusts were estimated around 60 mph at Arkansas City (Desha County).

June 23, 2019

On the 23rd, the focus was on a couple of big thunderstorm clusters. The first cluster hammered areas north and west of Little Rock (Pulaski County) during the early morning hours, and it had a little of everything. Two weak tornadoes were spawned to the southeast of Paris (Logan County). The tornadoes uprooted or snapped trees, with one of the trees falling through a house. A mobile home roof and porch were also damaged. At Russellville (Pope County), thunderstorm gusts reached an estimated 90 mph at Arkansas Tech. Winds this strong tore up an outfield wall and first base dugout at a baseball field.||There was a lot of rain and reports of flash flooding. Creeks and small streams were on the rise, and roads were under water. At Waldron (Scott County), Highways 28 and 71 were closed. Culverts were washed out along Highway 80 southwest of Danville (Yell County). Closer to town, there was plenty of standing water at the airport. County roads were impassible or washed out around Ozone (Johnson County) and Parthenon (Newton County).||The first round of storms was followed quickly by another round in the late morning and afternoon hours. Between 1200 pm and 300 pm CDT, trees and/or power lines were toppled at Calico Rock (Izard County), Clarkridge (Baxter County), Evening Shade (Sharp County), Harmony (Johnson County), Melbourne (Izard County), Pocahontas (Randolph County), north of Strawberry (Lawrence County), Swifton (Jackson County), and Toad Suck (Perry County). There were instances of trees on homes, on vehicles, and blocking roads. A 61 mph wind gust was measured at Walnut Ridge (Lawrence County), with a 60 mph gust estimated at Bradford (White County).||More than a month's worth of rain fell in portions of northern and western Arkansas in the forty eight hour period ending at 700 am CDT on the 24th. Nine miles west of Waldron (Scott County). One rain gauge collected 11.35 inches of precipitation! Abbott (Scott County) had 8.10 inches, with 7.50 inches at Devils Knob (Johnson County), 7.38 inches at Nunley (Polk County), and 6.20 inches at Jasper (Newton County).||As the month came to a close, a storm system aloft visited from Missouri on the 26th. Cooler air overhead associated with the system moved over much warmer conditions near the ground. This agitated the atmosphere, and hit and miss thunderstorms flared up across the north.||Storms were mostly non-severe, but there was a report of golf ball size hail just northwest of Cherokee Village (Sharp County). A low water crossing was flooded near Compton (Newton County).

March 21, 2008

Very heavy rain began developing late on the 17th in northern and western Arkansas, and continued on the 18th and early on the 19th as a powerful storm system approached from Texas. The system dredged copious moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, and sent it toward Arkansas with a deep southerly wind flow. Well above normal precipitable water was noted, which enhanced rainfall efficiency across the region. The resultant river flooding lingered for many days after the initial heavy rainfall event. Some rises above flood stage did not occur for more than 3 days after this initial causative event.

May 10, 2006

Severe thunderstorms produced widespread wind damage across Jefferson County. Numerous trees and power lines were downed. The strong winds blew out car windows and the windows of several buildings at the Pine Bluff Arsenal. Five rail cars were blown off the track at Wabbaseka and a double tractor trailer was blown over 4 miles south of Redfield.

November 8, 2000

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated around 60 mph downed trees and power lines at Samples.


Coleman Elementary in Pine Bluff released early due to power outage

Students at Coleman Elementary in the Watson Chapel School District were released from school just minutes after classes began Thursday, due to a power outage.

Oct 27, 2022

Power restored after outage in Hot Spring County

The lights were back on in Hot Spring County by around 2:30 p.m. on Monday, after an early morning outage left nearly 4,000 Entergy customers without power, according to the utility.

Sep 19, 2022

Police: Ninth Street in Little Rock closed to traffic after wreck knocks out power poles

Traffic on Ninth Street between Scott and Rock streets in downtown Little Rock is closed due to a wreck knocking out power poles Tuesday afternoon, police said.

Sep 13, 2022

Power restored after outage in Little Rock’s Heights, Rebsamen Park areas

An outage in Little Rock’s Heights and Rebsamen Park neighborhoods left customers without electricity for roughly two and a half hours on Tuesday morning, according to the utility.

Sep 13, 2022

Power stations hit in Russian attacks

Russia attacked power stations and other infrastructure Sunday, causing widespread outages across Ukraine as Kyiv's forces pressed a swift counteroffensive that has driven Moscow's troops from swaths of territory it had occupied in the northeast.

Sep 12, 2022

Sunday night power outage in Pulaski County largely fixed

Power was restored at around 9 p.m. Sunday to thousands of Entergy customers in Pulaski County affected by an outage earlier in the evening.

Sep 4, 2022

Entergy Arkansas storm restoration update – 8/8/22, 9 p.m.

Thunderstorms with strong winds and lightning knocked out power to thousands of Entergy Arkansas customers this afternoon, with a peak of 23,000 outages. The hardest hit areas were Little Rock, Hot Springs and Pine Bluff, with many downed trees and limbs on power lines, broken poles and substation equipment damages.

Aug 8, 2022

Power restored after outage in North Little Rock’s Rose City, Faulkner Crossing area, utility says

Power was restored to much of the Rose City and Faulkner Crossing area around 1:30 p.m. Saturday, after an outage that affected several hundred customers.

Jul 23, 2022

Overnight storms do little to beat high heat across Arkansas

High temperatures are expected to be in or just under triple digits for Little Rock and much of the state for the rest of the week starting Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Jul 18, 2022

Tuesday storm causes Little Rock-area power outages; more rain possible

More than a thousand Entergy customers in Pulaski County were still without power after Tuesday's storms as of Wednesday afternoon, according to the electric company’s outage map.

Jul 13, 2022

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chuck high | April 15, 2020  

Power outage since 9:00 pm .. What is going on!

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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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Pine Bluff, Arkansas

City Pine Bluff
County Jefferson
State Arkansas (AR)
Country United States
Zip Codes 71601, 71603, 71611, 71613

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