We Energies has restored power to nearly 100,000 customers after a tornado and severe storms with 70 mph wind gusts tore through southeastern Wisconsin Friday night.

Hundreds of people, including crews from across the state, worked around the clock to safely and quickly get the lights back on.

Crews were able to restore power to more than 75% of affected customers by late Saturday, 97% of affected customers by late Sunday and the remaining customers on Monday.

The company thanks its customers for their patience and for the kind words and gestures shared with their crews in the field.

Outage updates

Customers can get the latest information on the estimated time of restoration for their outage on our outage map online or on the We Energies app. Customers can sign up for outage alerts to receive updates as crews restore their outage.

Downed lines

Always assume downed power lines are energized, and stay at least 25 feet away. Report any downed line to We Energies or local law enforcement immediately.

How We Energies restores power

We Energies works as safely and quickly as possible at all times to repair power outages and restore service to its customers. We Energies appreciates your patience during these situations, and is committed to working nonstop until power is restored to all of its customers.

Learn more about how We Energies assesses power outages and the process it uses to restore service to its customers.