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UPDATE: Hundreds still without power Wednesday morning

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Crews power Farmington

WEDNESDAY 4/14/2021 9:35 a.m.

UTAH (ABC4) – Crews are continuing to work to restore power to hundreds who lost it Wednesday morning amid strong winds.

Just over 2,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers are still experiencing outages as of 9:30 a.m.

About 1,400 of those customers are located near Salt Lake City and South Salt Lake. The remainder are located near Ogden and Bountiful.

ABC4 Meteorologist Cesar Cornejo captured these photos of the snow and wind in Farmington.

According to Rocky Mountain Power, outages are expected to be restored by early afternoon on Wednesday.

Hundreds without power Wednesday morning amid high winds

WEDNESDAY 4/14/2021 6 a.m.

UTAH (ABC4) – As high winds move through Northern Utah, over 2,000 customers are affected by multiple Wednesday morning power outages.

As of 6 a.m., as you can see below, there are about 1,700 outages near Davis County with just over 330 near Salt Lake City.

Photo courtesy Rocky Mountain Power

In the area of West Bountiful and Centerville, about two dozen are without power because of ‘wind’ and ‘trees.’ In Farmington, north of Lagoon, multiple outages are affecting about 90 customers.

Nearly 30 customers between South Ogden and South Weber are also without power, but the cause is still unver investigation.

Rocky Mountain Power is reporting over 1,500 customers without power in the Ogden and Harrisville area. Outages include wind and damaged equipment.

In the Salt Lake City area, over 150 people are without power, with some of the outages being attributed to reported pole fires.

Thankfully, most of these outages are expected to be restored before 9 a.m.

ABC4 Chief Meteorologist Alana Brophy breaks down when the strongest winds may hit your neighborhood.

Original Story: Multiple power outages reported in Farmington and Kaysville areas

TUESDAY 4/13/2021 9:28 a.m.

UTAH (ABC4) – Multiple outages have been reported in the Kaysville and Farmington areas due to strong winds.

So far, about 1,900 residents in the area have been affected by the power outages according to Rocky Mountain Power.

It is expected that more people may end up without power due to gusty winds.

This is a developing story. ABC4 will update this story as more information becomes available.

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