Hurricane Florence Power Outage Maps, Totals: Where Hundreds of Thousands of Customers Are Without Power

Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, early on Friday morning. The Category 1 storm, which caused life-threatening storm surge and flooding, has affected millions along the Southeast coast.

Massive power outages are expected in North Carolina, South Carolina and parts of Virginia. Here are the latest maps and totals showing where residents are experiencing power outages.

Hurricane Florence
A tree bends from the heavy rain and wind from Hurricane Florence in Wilmington, North Carolina, on September 14. Florence smashed into the East Coast on Friday with howling winds, torrential rains and life-threatening storm surges as emergency crews scrambled to rescue hundreds of people stranded in their homes by flood waters. Andew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images

Current Outages—North Carolina

The North Carolina Department of Public Safety reported a total of 643,995 power outages as of 3:06 p.m.

Thousands of Duke Energy customers in North Carolina's coastline are experiencing power outages. In a message to customers, the company warned, "High winds and severe flooding from Hurricane Florence will impede the pace of our outage restoration efforts. Work will begin when conditions safely allow."

The following counties have been affected in North Carolina:

  • Alamance County—119 customers
  • Alexander County—1 customer
  • Anson County—1,911 customers
  • Beaufort County—7,821 customers
  • Bladen County—16,535 customers
  • Brunswick County—69,891 customers
  • Buncombe County—14 customers
  • Cabarrus County—32 customers
  • Caldwell County—7 customers
  • Carteret County—57,477 customers
  • Caswell County—5 customers
  • Catawba County—4 customers
  • Chatham County—4,048 customers
  • Cleveland County—5 customers
  • Columbus County—28,307 customers
  • Craven County—23,837 customers
  • Cumberland County—17,795 customers
  • Dare County—2,419 customers
  • Davidson County—1 customer
  • Duplin County—18,997 customers
  • Durham County—751 customers
  • Edgecombe County—304 customers
  • Forsyth County—683 customers
  • Franklin County—302 customers
  • Gaston County—133 customers
  • Granville County—101 customers
  • Greene County—733 customers
  • Guilford County—23 customers
  • Halifax County—633 customers
  • Harnett County—9,801 customers
  • Henderson County—10 customers
  • Hoke County—676 customers
  • Hyde County—823 customers
  • Iredell County—92 customers
  • Jackson County—4 customers
  • Johnston County—15,047 customers
  • Jones County—4,070 customers
  • Lee County—2,438 customers
  • Lenoir County—6,806 customers
  • Lincoln County—5 customers
  • Macon County—14 customers
  • Martin County—40 customers
  • McDowell County—15 customers
  • Mecklenburg County—820 customers
  • Montgomery County—1,410 customers
  • Moore County—9,344 customers
  • Nash County—733 customers
  • New Hanover County—114,641 customers
  • Northampton County—1 customer
  • Onslow County—59,996 customers
  • Orange County—4,455 customers
  • Pamlico County—7,045 customers
  • Pender County—27,120 customers
  • Person County—17 customer
  • Pitt County—904 customers
  • Randolph County—660 customers
  • Richmond County—7,580 customers
  • Robeson County—14,141 customers
  • Rockingham County—4 customers
  • Rowan County—863 customers
  • Rutherford County—27 customers
  • Sampson County—24,902 customers
  • Scotland County—2,264 customers
  • Stanly County—29 customers
  • Stokes County—10 customers
  • Surry County—16 customers
  • Transylvania County—2 customers
  • Union County—235 customers
  • Vance County—119 cusomters
  • Wake County—22,156 customers
  • Warren County—906 customers
  • Washington County—287 customers
  • Wayne County—9,504 customers
  • Wilkes County—6 customers
  • Wilson County—232 customers
  • Yadkin County—57 customers

Current Outages—South Carolina

Thousands of residents in South Carolina have also reported experiencing power outages, according to Duke Energy. The site PowerOutage.us has tracked more than 79,835 outages in South Carolina.

The following counties have been affected in South Carolina:

  • Anderson County—5 customers
  • Aiken County—103 customers
  • Beaufort County—808 customers
  • Berkeley County—1 customer
  • Charleston County—44 customers
  • Cherokee County—1 customer
  • Chester County—37 customers
  • Chesterfield County—133 customers
  • Claredon County—106 customers
  • Colleton County—41 customers
  • Darlington County—163 customers
  • Dillon County—3,311 customers
  • Florence County—4,773 customers
  • Georgetown County—1,146 customer
  • Greenville County—27 customers
  • Greenwood County—1 customer
  • Hampton County—1 customer
  • Horry County—58,167 customers
  • Jasper County—46 customers
  • Kershaw County—5 customers
  • Lancaster County—267 customers
  • Lee County—1 customer
  • Lexington County—142 customers
  • Marion County—4,622 customers
  • Marlboro County—889 customers
  • Orangeburg County—2 customers
  • Richland County—32 customers
  • Spartanburg County—66 customers
  • Sumter County—135 customers
  • Williamsburg County—68 customers
  • York County—825 customers

All outage totals are based off data provided by area power companies. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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