San Antonio Outages: Where are CPS Energy customers without power?

Storms moving through the region Tuesday are bringing isolated showers, lightning and strong winds.

SAN ANTONIO — Fast-moving storms bringing lightning and strong wind gusts have knocked out power for more than 5,000 CPS Energy customers in the San Antonio area Tuesday afternoon. 

As of 4:50 p.m., crews were still responding to 67 outages mainly located on the north side. Click here to view the utility’s outage map. 

A Flood Advisory was also in effect for parts of Bexar and Comal counties until 6 p.m. Tuesday. Looking further, temperatures were expected to stay on the cool side this week, with highs in the mid-90s before we head into the weekend. Small chances for rain stick around until the weekend, when warmer and sunnier conditions return. 

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