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When Is Your Next Power Outage?

By Jennifer CorcoranPublished May 11, 2018 12:24:19If you’ve been wondering when your next power outage is, the answer is probably not long now.

In the last year, power outages have become more frequent, and have been reported more frequently by the public, according to new data from the U.S. National Weather Service.

According to the latest data from NWS, the U,S.

has had 6,922 power outAGES in the last 24 hours.

That’s a 17.5% increase over the last 12 months.

It’s the highest number of outages in a single year since 2009, according the NWS.

A surge of outage in 2018While most of the outages were caused by storm surge, there were also outages related to a fire, downed power lines and other natural hazards.

The most common types of outAGES are power outage due to a power outage, fire, lightning, power failure, electrical substations and water outages.

A total of 8,848 of the total outages occurred in the United States during May.

In fact, that’s nearly twice as many outages as during the same month last year.

Outages due to natural disastersIn 2018, there have been 3,939 outages due the effects of a natural disaster.

The most common outages are from flooding and fires, but they also include downed powerlines, power outage caused by downed lines and power failure.

The average number of power outfalls due to events related to natural events in the U and the world has increased from 6,093 in 2018 to 7,858 in 2018.

Outages due weather, which includes flooding, fires, tornadoes and other weather related outages, have increased by about 12% in the same time period.

The number of natural outages is likely to continue to rise in coming years, and it will probably surpass the number of severe weather events, according NWS meteorologist Jim Wilson.

“These events are more likely to occur in a winter season when there is less snow,” Wilson said.

“When you have that many outfalls, you’re really going to see some big spikes.”

The increase in severe weather outages may be due to the fact that the number and severity of natural disasters are increasing.

Natural disasters have been on the rise in recent years.

According the NHS, the number one cause of severe storms in the continental United States has been severe weather.

There were about 1,400 major storms in 2018, up from about 1 in 2000.

The next biggest cause of major storms has been drought, with about 1.5 million severe weather days in 2018 in comparison to 1.1 million in 2017.

There were more severe storms than any other weather category, including snowstorms, heat waves and hurricanes.

The National Weather Services is also reporting an increase in extreme weather events.

This trend is likely because of the warming climate.

The amount of heat and moisture reaching the U., along with the rising frequency of extreme weather, has led to a rise in the number, severity and frequency of events that could cause severe weather, including tornadoes, droughts and wildfires.

More than 4 million people were killed in wildfires in the past year, the highest toll since the 1920s.

The U.N. climate agency said it was also experiencing record-breaking drought conditions, which is causing more wildfires in areas around the U than it did in 2015.

A significant increase in wildfires could also lead to more power outaged and possibly more people being affected.

In addition to a significant increase, more than 8 million homes are affected by natural disasters each year.