Power Outages Linger In Southeast Oklahoma Following Storms
TULSA, Oklahoma - Several hundred customers across Green Country were without power Saturday night after severe storms pounded northeastern Oklahoma. Many of those outages were repaired overnight.
On Sunday morning, Public Service of Oklahoma reported around 700 customers without power - mostly in southeast Oklahoma. Clayton accounted for 565 of those.
By 11 a.m., they were down to five outages.
OG&E said 100 customers were without power around Checotah and Vian first thing May 28, 2017. Those customers had their power restored sometime Sunday morning.