UPDATE: Significant progress made in power restoration efforts from Sunday’s strong storms

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At least 7,009 Appalachian Power customers are impacted by outages as of 4:59 a.m. on Monday, June 14. (Photo: Courtesy Appalachian Power)

UPDATE 8:15 p.m.: Crews have made significant progress in restoring power to customers who were left in the dark after Sunday night’s storms.

Appalachian Power reports only around 400 customers are still in the dark with the highest number still without power being in Montgomery County.

For Dominion Customers, all but three customers are back – those remaining outages are in Appomattox.

In Danville, there are still 534 customers without power on Danville Utilities’ grid. Those outages are in the northwestern part of the city and are associated with one outage.


UPDATE 4:15 p.m.: Power crews continue to work to restore those customers who were knocked out in Sunday night’s storms.

For Appalachian Power, the highest amount of customers in the dark is in Roanoke City where 531 customers are still without power.

Elsewhere, outages are more sporadic in Botetourt, Roanoke, Floyd and Carroll Counties. Outages are even less in other locations.

Dominion Power only has just over 200 customers without power on their grid – most are along the I-81 corridor.

Danville Utilities is reporting just over 1,000 customers are still without power – 447 of those are in the southern part of Danville and another 500 are in the northern part of the city.

Crews from each company are continuing to restore customers who are still in the dark as quickly as possible.


UPDATE 10:13 a.m.: More than 7,700 customers of Appalachian Power, Dominion Energy, and Danville Utilities in southwest and central Virginia are still impacted by outages Monday morning following the severe weather from Sunday.

As of 9:59 a.m. on Monday, June 14, Appalachian Power says at least 6,383 customers are without power from the following localities:

  • Franklin County: 2,836 customers due to 28 outage cases
  • Roanoke City: 771 customers due to 40 outage cases
  • Montgomery County: 725 customers due to 38 outage cases
  • Roanoke County: 511 customers due to 31 outage cases
  • Giles County: 331 customers due to 26 outage cases
  • Botetourt County: 265 customers due to 18 outage cases
  • Pittsylvania County: 223 customers due to one outage case
  • Floyd County: 213 customers due to 20 outage cases
  • Pulaski County: 126 customers due to 14 outage cases
  • Patrick County: 101 customers due to 15 outage cases
  • Bedford County: 88 customers due to 15 outage cases
  • Carroll County: 59 customers due to 11 outage cases
  • Amherst County: 49 customers due to one outage case
  • Wythe County: 34 customers due to eight outage cases
  • Henry County: 21 customers due to seven outage cases
  • Craig County: 14 customers due to two outage cases
  • Lynchburg: 11 customers due to three outage cases
  • Grayson County: Five customers due to one outage case

Meanwhile, Dominion Energy says 541 customers from the following localities are in the dark as of 10 a.m. on Monday:

  • Rockbridge County: 459 customers out due to 24 projects
  • Bedford County: 41 customers out due to four projects
  • Lexington: 23 customers out due to two projects
  • Buena Vista: 13 customers out due to two projects
  • Bedford County: Two customers out due to one project
  • Halifax County: Two customers out due to two projects
  • Alleghany County: One customer out due to one project

In addition, Danville Utilities says four active outages are impacting 802 customers as of 10:13 a.m.


UPDATE 6:40 a.m.: More than 7,000 Appalachian Power customers in southwest and central Virginia — especially in the Roanoke Valley — are impacted by outages Monday morning following the severe weather overnight.

As of 6:29 a.m. on Monday, June 14, Appalachian Power says at least 7,014 customers are without power from the following localities:

  • Franklin County: 2,890 customers due to 23 outage cases
  • Roanoke City: 988 customers due to 33 outage cases
  • Montgomery County: 724 customers due to 37 outage cases
  • Roanoke County: 511 customers due to 28 outage cases
  • Floyd County: 412 customers due to 21 outage cases
  • Botetourt County: 321 customers due to 19 outage cases
  • Giles County: 247 customers due to 24 outage cases
  • Pittsylvania County: 223 customers due to one outage case
  • Bedford County: 190 customers due to 12 outage cases
  • Pulaski County: 150 customers due to 17 outage cases
  • Patrick County: 106 customers due to 16 outage cases
  • Carroll County: 63 customers due to 12 outage cases
  • Amherst County: 51 customers due to two outage cases
  • Wythe County: 49 customers due to 13 outage cases
  • Grayson County: 37 customers due to two outage cases
  • Henry County: 32 customers due to nine outage cases
  • Craig County: 20 customers due to two outage cases
  • Bland County: Less than five customers due to two outage cases

(WFXR) — Thousands of people around southwest and central Virginia are without power Monday morning because of the severe weather that passed through the area overnight.

As of 5:14 a.m. on Monday, June 14, Appalachian Power says at least 7,017 customers are without power from the following localities:

  • Franklin County: 2,889 customers due to 22 outage cases
  • Roanoke City: 984 customers due to 33 outage cases
  • Montgomery County: 724 customers due to 37 outage cases
  • Roanoke County: 508 customers due to 27 outage cases
  • Floyd County: 412 customers due to 21 outage cases
  • Botetourt County: 321 customers due to 19 outage cases
  • Giles County: 244 customers due to 22 outage cases
  • Pittsylvania County: 223 customers due to one outage case
  • Pulaski County: 181 customers due to 18 outage cases
  • Bedford County: 182 customers due to 11 outage cases
  • Patrick County: 103 customers due to 14 outage cases
  • Carroll County: 59 customers due to 10 outage cases
  • Amherst County: 51 customers due to two outage cases
  • Wythe County: 49 customers due to 13 outage cases
  • Grayson County: 37 customers due to three outage cases
  • Henry County: 30 customers due to seven outage cases
  • Craig County: 20 customers due to two outage cases
  • Bland County: Less than five customers due to two outage cases

You can check on the status of individual outages around southwest and central Virginia by clicking here.

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