The severe storm caused more than 4,000 power outages in San Antonio.

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Thousands of San Antonio residents woke up without power on Tuesday, January 24, as a severe storm hit much of the country, stretching from the Great Lakes to Texas. As of 8 o’clock in the morning, according to the CES blackout map, 4,60 energy consumers of the CES were left without electricity.

“Our crews are working to resolve weather-related disruptions as storms continue to move across our service area,” CPS Energy said in a social media post. The utility also requires the drives to move and slow down on roads for crews working to restore power.

The National Weather Service said rain is expected to intensify over south-central Texas before leaving the area in the early to mid-afternoon and warns that wind advisories are in place in the western Texas Hill Country, with possible west. – Northwest wind with a speed of 25 to 30 m/s and gusts up to 45 m/s.

At 8am, KSAT reported crashes that slowed traffic on the 1604 Eastbound Loop and Nacogdoches Road, as well as SB Highway 281 on Olmos Drive.

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