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Covering the sun to the seas, the National Weather Service provides local and regional forecasts, and emergency alerts for severe storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, extreme heat, winter storms, fire threats, tsunamis and solar flares.

Recovering From a Storm

Recovering from a disaster is usually a gradual process. Safety is a primary issue, as are mental and physical well-being. If assistance is available, knowing how to access it makes the process faster and less stressful. Learn more here.

Report an Outage 

To report an outage in the Oklahoma City area, call 405.272.9595 and outside of the Oklahoma City area, call 1.800.522.6870.
Outage Information

Outage Information 

If you lose power during a storm, call us, we're on our way.

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System Watch® keeps you informed 

When weather strikes, track a storm’s progress and follow the outage damage it is causing.


Restoration FAQs 

Your questions about how we restore power are answered here.


OG&E works from the source of the power outward. Learn the process we use to restore power during major outages.


If not installed properly, portable generators can be fatal to you and, our linemen.

When electricity goes out 

See if your neighbors have lights. If so, it may be a breaker, if not, call OG&E.


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