JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – TVA pulled the plug on a large section of Jackson County Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. The outage affected several areas of Jackson County.
The North Alabama Electric Cooperative notified us of the planned outage late Tuesday afternoon. The outage began at approximately 11 p.m. and lasted four to six hours. The purpose is to perform maintenance on the transmission grid.
The planned outage affected areas served by the Limrock substation. These include:
- Putman Mountain
- City of Paint Rock
- Paint Rock Valley
Temperatures dipped into the low 30s in these areas, according to WHNT News 19 Chief Meteorologist Jason Simpson.
There will be another planned outage on Monday, November 26 beginning at approximately 11 a.m. and lasting two to four hours.