BECKLEY, W.Va. — Residents across West Virginia woke up Friday morning without electricity.

Appalachian Power’s website shows residents in multiple counties, particularly in central and southern West Virginia, have been left in the dark. The National Weather Service placed multiple wind advisories Thursday across the state. Wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour were in the forecast.

Here is a list of customer outages from Appalachian Power, as of 10 Friday morning:

  • Cabell County: 342
  • Clay County: 143
  • Fayette County: 1,143
  • Greenbrier County: 110
  • Jackson County: 1,117
  • Kanawha County: 2,280
  • Lincoln County: 94
  • Mason County: 822
  • Mercer County: 3,370
  • Mingo County: 306
  • Putnam County: 585
  • Raleigh County: 574

The company said Friday morning they are working to assess and repair the outages.

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