Weather Event Guide
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Outage Preparedness
Several factors can lead to a loss of electric service, including severe weather, wildlife, trees and equipment failure. It pays to be prepared for extended outage periods.
Before the Outage

Experiencing a service interruption can be surprising, so knowing how to be prepared and stay safe is important. Don't be caught without essential supplies or rushing to prepare at the last minute. 

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Gather Emergency Supplies

We suggest keeping some essential items on-hand at all times in the event of a power outage. Those include flashlights and fresh batteries, a battery-powered radio or TV for news updates, bottled water and canned food, medication, emergency phone numbers and portable chargers.
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Have a Plan for Everyone

If you are a senior citizen or have an elderly loved one or neighbor, build a support network who can assist in an emergency. Know your options if you or a loved one have a life-threatening condition and need electricity to power a medical device. Include pets and their needs in your plan.
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Generator Safety

Portable electric generators should always be operated outdoors and according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Never connect your generator to your home's main electrical panel. Plug appliances directly into the portable generator or have it properly attached to your home’s wiring by a qualified electrician.

Learn How to Prepare for a Power Outage and Stay Safe

Outage Alerts

Sign up for myOGEalerts to receive updates on outages via text, email or phone. We’ll notify you if the power is out in your area, what time we expect it to be back on and when it’s been restored.

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Keep Everyone Informed

Alerts can be sent to up to five phone numbers or email addresses.

Track Approaching Storms

Severe weather is a common cause for outages. Stay up-to-date with local weather and tips from NOAA.

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Be Weather Aware

NOAA's National Weather Service is building a Weather-Ready Nation by providing better information for better decisions to save lives and livelihoods

Related to Outage Support
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During the Outage
Power outages can raise dangers you don’t expect.
OGE Member looking up at the debris after a storm.
Following Restoration
We follow a specific plan to restore electric service, starting with safety.
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Vegetation Management
Trees that grow into OG&E power lines can cause outages, create safety hazards and drain electricity off the electrical system.