TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH (KYTX) - Charles Hill, spokesman for Oncor, said as of 2 p.m. Wednesday, all of the power to its customers in East Texas was restored.
Hill said if the snow continues for any lengthy period of time it could cause tree limbs to break, and trouble for electricity lines.
John Adams, meteorologist with KYTX CBS 19, said he anticipates the snow falling for four to six hours, and it has potential to stick overnight – especially in northern areas of East Texas.
"It's so early in the storm, it's going to be hard to tell," he said.
Outages reported by SWEPCO as of 5 p.m. Wednesday included: