Entergy released the following statement on its Twitter page:
"Crews have made progress this morning restoring power to 3,800 customers. At noon, 6,035 remain out. Expecting to have most back on tonight."
7:30 a.m. Sunday Update:
Entergy reports nearly 10,000 customers remain in the dark following Friday's storms. Roughly 3,700 customers are in Pulaski County.
Call your power provider for information about when electricity may be restored to your neighborhood.
7:40 p.m. Saturday Update:
Entergy now reports approximately 11,000 power outages around Arkansas. More than 4,500 of those are in Pulaski County, while around 2,100 are in Independence County.
11:00 a.m. Saturday Update:
More than 5,000 power outages remain Saturday morning in Pulaski County, with scattered outages across Arkansas.
According to Entergy, about 20,000 customers remain in the dark.
10:13 p.m. Friday Update:
Entergy now reports roughly 61,000 power outages around Arkansas.
A strong line of thunderstorms has knocked out power to thousands of Arkansans Friday evening.
At 8:30 p.m., Entergy reported roughly 17,000 customers without power across the state. About 7,500 of those customers were located in or around Russellville.
The storms packed winds as high as 70 miles per hour as they moved through the state.
A handful of games had to be cancelled or delayed. Check the Fearless Friday scoreboard for the latest information on delays and cancellations.
For the latest on the storms as they sweep through the state, check our Interactive Radar tool.