More than 604k without power in North Carolina amid Tropical Storm Michael

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Thousands in North Carolina are without power amid Tropical Storm Michael.

More than 604,000 power outages have been reported as of  9 p.m. Thursday, according to North Carolina Emergency Management.

Duke Energy reports that more than 429,000 of their customers are without power.

The outage numbers for Duke Energy customers in the Triad are as follows:

  • Guilford County – 91,224
  • Forsyth County – 30,368
  • Rockingham County – 23,992
  • Alamance County – 24,800
  • Randolph County – 12,680
  • Davidson County – 9,232
  • Caswell County – 6,156
  • Stokes County – 4,318
  • Davie County – 3,095
  • Montgomery County – 3,333
  • Yadkin County – 3,533

High Point Electric reports more than 15,000 customers are without power in the city.

The outage numbers for Energy United customers in the Triad are as follows:

  • Davidson County – 12,574
  • Guilford County – 870
  • Forsyth County – 2,441
  • Randolph County – 1,740
  • Rockingham County – 2,939
  • Stokes County – 2,259
  • Davie County – 670
  • Yadkin County – 874
  • Montgomery County – 817
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