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Metro Atlanta Storm Restoration Underway

Georgia Power has put together a suite of online tools to help you stay better informed during a power outage.

Courtesy Georgia Power Storm Center
Courtesy Georgia Power Storm Center
From the Georgia Power Storm Center

Dear Valued Customer,

Early this morning, a second round of severe weather, including high winds and rain, interrupted service to more than 50,000 customers. Today's storm caused a great deal of damage in the southern parts of metro Atlanta, including Clayton, Coweta and Henry counties. The storm continues to cause outages as it progresses through the other parts of the state.

Yesterday, we restored service to the nearly 95,000 customers impacted by the prior storm.

Georgia Power is there for you – 24/7

We want you to know that crews from all over the state, and other states, are in your area to repair this morning's severe weather damage as fast as possible.

While we're working, you can check your estimated restoration time and stay up-to-date with our progress at GeorgiaPower.com – on your computer or via mobile phone or tablet. There you can report and check the status of your outage, view an interactive Outage Map with information updated every 10 minutes, and sign up for customized outage alerts.

Thank you for your patience as we work to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. Check out our other helpful online tools and resources below.  

Stay Informed

Helpful Online Tools and Resources

Georgia Power has put together a suite of online tools to help you stay better informed during a power outage.

Set Outage Alerts so you can stay informed anywhere, at any time.

Report an Outage with just a click from your computer or phone.

Stay informed during a storm by checking your Outage Status.

During an outage, get a real-time view with the Outage Map.

We are committed to restoring power to all of our customers as quickly and safely as possible.



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