Thousands of Chattahoochee Valley residents without power days after Hurricane Michael

Thousands of Chattahoochee Valley residents without power days after Hurricane Michael
Alabama Power is working towards assessing the damage behind the power outages. (Source: Alabama Power)

(WTVM) - Former Hurricane Michael now tropical storm has claimed at least eleven lives and leaves many without power as it continues to travel over the Southeast. The storm made landfall on the Panhandle of Florida Wednesday around noon and was one of the most powerful hurricanes to hit the coast.

Weather conditions caused impassible roads and power outages for many local counties.

Alabama Power says that 12,000 customers are without power in southeast Alabama as the storm leaves the state.

  • 7,800 in Houston County 
  • 2,000 in Henry County 
  • 6,000 in Lee County 
  • 900 in Dale County
  • 700 in Geneva County
  • 850 in Barbour County 

For a full list of outages from Alabama Power, click here.

Diverse Power says that more than 4,000 of their Georgia customers are still without power.

  • 1,613 in Randolph County
  • 1,276 in Calhoun County
  • 860 in Clay County
  • 363 in Quitman County

For a full list of outages from Diverse Power, click here.

Flint Energies says more than 3,000 of their Georgia customers are still without power.

  • 1,136 in Macon County
  • 1,020 in Houston County

For a full list of outages from Flint Energies, click here.

For a list of Georgia Power customers without power, click here.

Officials recommend that drivers stay clear of the roads as road conditions are still hazardous. We will have more updates on this story as they become available.

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