10/1 – 11:30 a.m. We still have scattered outages that we are working to restore and we will continue to work throughout the day until everyone is back on. Follow outage map for live updates: https://bit.ly/3BXhghr

10/1 – 8:30 a.m. Outages have been dwindling down. Crews are working as safely and quickly as possible to restore all power. To report an outage, please call 855.280.1147.

9/30 – 1:30 p.m. Wake Electric is experiencing scattered outages throughout our service territory due to current weather conditions. We will continue to monitor the storm and address outages as quickly and safely as possible. If you need to report an outage, call 855.280.1147.

9/30 – 6:00 a.m.  A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for Central NC. Impacts will include heavy rain, possible flash flooding, strong gusty winds and isolated tornadoes. Conditions are expected to deteriorate through the morning with the heaviest rain and strongest winds expected during the afternoon and evening hours. Wake Electric has been tracking Hurricane Ian and is ready to respond should we have any power outages as a result of this weather event.

9/29 – 11:00 a.m. Wake Electric is closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Ian which could impact our area starting Friday through Sunday. Impacts for our area will include heavy rain, possible flash flooding, gusty winds, and a few isolated tornadoes. We are prepared and ready to respond should this weather event cause power outages and we encourage our members to always be prepared for storms as well.

Take a look at FEMA’s emergency kit list to make sure you’re ready throughout this hurricane season. In addition, Wake Electric would like to encourage co-op members to keep their cell phones charged and consider purchasing an external cell phone battery pack, as prolonged outages are always a possibility following a hurricane. This will allow you to stay connected to necessary emergency and safety updates.

If you experience an outage, you can report it through SmartHub or by calling us at 855.280.1147. We will continue to post future updates on Facebook, Twitter, our outage map, and our website. Thank you for staying safe!