View storm power outages across North Carolina on interactive maps
Get the latest on the storm as it targets the Carolinas after leaving a path of destruction in Florida.
To note: This article about Hurricane/Tropical Storm Ian is available for free as a public service to all readers.
Hurricane Ian (downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone late Friday afternoon) brought rain and high winds to North and South Carolina on Friday, with many residents losing power due to impacts of the storm.
North Carolina power companies will post and alert all customers of power outages on their websites as they occur.
Below we have compiled links to view outage maps for the major power companies in the Triangle.
View Duke Energy’s Power Outage Map
duke energy covers power for much of central and western North Carolina, including Greensboro, Charlotte and Orange County.
To view Duke Energy outages, visit duke-energy.com/outages.
View the Duke Energy Progress Power Outage Map
Duke Energy Progress covers power for much of central and eastern North Carolina, including Raleigh and Fayetteville.
To view Duke Energy Progress power outages, visit duke-energy.com/outages.
View the Wake Electric Membership Corporation power outage map
Wake Electric Membership Corporation is an energy cooperative that serves Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Nash, Vance and Wake up the counties.
To view Wake Electric’s power outages, visit ebill.wemc.com/maps/external/OutageWebMap.
See the Piedmont Electric Cooperative power outage map
Piedmont Electric Cooperative serves electrical customers in Alamance, Caswell, Durham, Granville, Orange and Nobody counts.
To view Piedmont Electric power outages, visit outageviewer.pemc.org:88.
View Apex Power Outage Map
The city of Summit has municipal electrical services.
View a map of power outages in Apex at apexnc.org.
This story was originally published September 30, 2022 10:14 a.m.