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Slightly warmer temperatures today than most meteorologists had predicted have resulted in fewer ice-related power outages than initially projected for Duke Energy’s Carolinas customers as a winter storm moves through the region.
Duke Energy today projected that the hazardous wintry precipitation and high-winds from the approaching winter storm could cause nearly 1 million power outages – some lasting several days – beginning Thursday in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Duke Energy proyectó hoy que la precipitación invernal peligrosa y los altos vientos de la tormenta invernal que se acerca pudieran ocasionar 1 millón de cortes de suministro eléctrico – algunos pudieran durar varios días – a partir del jueves en Carolina del Norte y Carolina del Sur.
Duke Energy as of 5 p.m. ET today had restored power to nearly 90 percent of the company’s more than 500,000 North Carolina and South Carolina customers who lost electricity Thursday at the height of Tropical Storm Zeta.
Duke Energy crews have restored power to nearly 70 percent of the company’s more than 500,000 North Carolina and South Carolina customers who lost electricity at the height of Tropical Storm Zeta on Thursday.