Multiple power outages affecting thousands of customers across Colorado

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COLORADO SPRINGS — Strong winds tearing through the Pikes Peak region and beyond on Wednesday, caused power outages for thousands of Colorado Springs Utilities customers.

Colorado Springs Utilities updated outage map as of 8:50 a.m. Friday

You can check on outages and repair times in Colorado through the Springs Utilities website.

To report an outage, call 719-448-4800 or click here.

More than 11,000 customers in Southwest Pueblo lost power Wednesday. In Northwest Pueblo, more than 1,500 customers were left in the dark – and more than 5,800 in Rocky Ford.

In an update Friday evening, Black Hills Energy said, “Our crews have made great progress in restoring power to 27,000 customers in Pueblo and surrounding areas following severe winds on Wednesday afternoon. A little more than 200 customers remain without power and work continues this evening to resolve as quickly and safely as possible.”

Black Hills Energy customers can check outages here.

To report outages, call 888-890-5554 or click here.

San Isabel Electric reports wind is causing widespread outages to nearly half of its members, but warns ALL members should expect intermittent outages as the storm moves through the area Wednesday.

San Isabel’s outage map as of 8:50 a.m. Friday

San Isabel customers can see current outages here or text OUT to 844-959-3013 to report a power outage.

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