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WWL>Topics>>1-28-14 10:50am Garland with Melonie Stewart of Entergy

1-28-14 10:50am Garland with Melonie Stewart of Entergy

Jan 28, 2014|

Garland gets an update on the winter weather preparations from Melonie Stewart of Entergy.

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Automatically Generated Transcript (may not be 100% accurate)

And welcome back room. Her win your under any -- storm warning through tomorrow morning expectations high winds judge -- broad drive grade. Possible freezing rain and sleet and then maybe the little bit slow we have -- in the east tour -- -- -- director of customer service. No new book and I'm sure appreciate the gall. Hank Garland got to be here what should people be thinking about energy wise in this sport. Well they should be preparing for on the potential for their power to be out. In making and similar preparations to what they do when we have a storm in the gulf. Com you know getting some on nonperishable food items under that we or asking people to stay off their friends. But just you know really securing your home and preparing to. You know possibly be without power for up to five days. Up to five days well. -- is that it is certain there or ill or is that the metropolitan. Well we're we're really just monitoring the weather as everyone else it. And so right now in the you know within south Louisiana which is not just the metropolitan area at all but also our North Shore area are Baton Rouge area. Were all under that winter storm watch and so they're could be ice accumulation on trees on the line and that's really what we're worried about his back on. And I I was reading I think remember where people could. General on the Internet news and contact to get him permission weather report the people. The don't have Smartphones that don't have a computer. You have been become both phone thing for them. We do we always have our 1800. And torching number. And the information that's available on the way that can be discussed over the phone. With the customer that cult -- that we wanted to make sure that customers can get information and a number of different ways. -- with our our mobile collapsed. On the Internet or of course as always by calling 1800 Entergy. All right and I've I've figured goes without saying better readers are currently some people don't know it. You you don't take Indy thing general -- and wives and and hook it up. Where. Repairman coming out could could get shocked. Because of those -- for a. That's right so if you're in Kiki have a generator. And that does not necessarily -- helped generator commission will have a disconnect if you have a whole helped generate the deficit smaller generators. A lot of time in your adding fuel to attend you're trying to figure out where to put this generator will make sure that she put it in an area that's well definitely did she do not want LeBron net in your -- Turkey -- in your garage. Put it outside or twelve -- make it. You'll be able to plug directly into that generate or do you wanna be able to run an extension cord. From the generator -- appliances that she would like to on. But never connect that directly into your breaker. That's where we can get into trouble. That's for that power can -- feedback on our lines and in its really danger not only to our service men. The -- general public's. Did you you have -- need certain temperature ranges. Where did you get concerned about lines coming down power going out is Europe range. Well -- it is in the freezing range so it you know it's in below thirty degree range. We're when you have on scary scary in light rain that's not lead and not have. A light rain that when it got slammed on the line or on the tree branches. And against free. So what's right in that load thirty degree range and again if it's -- -- wall you're still gonna have -- dangerous travel conditions. It's not as much of a problem for the trees in the lines as that scary flow. The steady. Drizzle with that ice accumulations that that's really you know what we're looking for. But we're you know we're ready we -- we now have on 2600. Restoration workers that are in in south Louisiana ready to respond so. Earlier we had 2100. We brought in another 500. You know we're we're ready we have our command centers and we are working with on all of our. -- feed our our parish officials are our city. Our leaders the City Council to help yes -- working with all of the various entities to remain coordinated. All right good co -- nude or review of station is yours today Gibbs called it anymore. A thank you so much Garland is in as soon as we get more information. We will be. Calling you and updating everyone on the information that we cannot wait. Thank -- will -- drilled immediately appreciate you call all right thanks so much.

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