Thousands in Lane County will lose power because of severe winds, according to EWEB and Lane Electric.
When utilities cut off electricity this weekend in preparation of a strong wind event that could topple
powerlines and spark wildfires, thousands of people in Lane County will be left in the dark and the heat.
Both the Lane Electric Cooperative and the Eugene Water & Electric Board intend to cut off energy to
some or all of their customers at 5 o'clock in the
evening. In anticipation of the severe winds, Friday through at least Saturday night.
Although the Springfield Utility Board is keeping an eye on the weather and preparing for it
plans to turn off the electricity. Tips to get ready for possible power outages
Oregon during a severe wildfire threat When Lane Electric turns off the electricity to nearly
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