LIST: Power outages reported in Tampa Bay

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) –  A number of homes and businesses in the Tampa Bay area are without power Thursday after chilly temperatures moved through the area overnight.

Tampa Electric, Duke Energy, Florida Power and Light, Lakeland Electric and Withlacoochee River Electric are all reporting power outages affecting thousands of Bay area residents.

TECO

As of Thursday morning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, 23 customers are without power.

Duke Energy

  • Pinellas County – – 72 without power
  • Polk County –  144 without power

FPL

Florida Power and Light estimates it will have power restored to all east coast customers by the end of the day on Sept. 17 and for customers on the west coast by the end of the day on Sept. 22, with the possible exception of areas impacted by tornadoes, severe flooding and other pockets of severe damage.

  • Manatee County – 56 without power
  • Sarasota County – 53 without power

Here are the numbers to call to report a power outage:

  • Duke- 1-800-228-8485
  • TECO- 1-877-588-1010
  • FPL- 1-800-4-OUTAGE
  • Lakeland Electric- 1-863-834-4248
  • Withlacoochee River Electric- 352-567-5133
  • Peace River Electric Cooperative- 1-800-282-3824

TECO says customers can monitor and track outages in their neighborhood through the outage map here. 

Duke Energy customers can check outages here.

Withlacoochee River Electric customers can check outages here.

Here are the numbers to call to report a power outage:

  • Duke- 1-800-228-8485
  • TECO- 1-877-588-1010
  • FPL- 1-800-4-OUTAGE
  • Lakeland Electric- 1-863-834-4248
  • Withlacoochee River Electric- 352-567-5133
  • Peace River Electric Cooperative- 1-800-282-3824

 

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