AUSTIN (KXAN) — Multiple power outages were reported Thursday night and Friday morning shortly after temperatures dropped drastically in the Central Texas area.

Power outages are fluctuating frequently. To check the most up-to-date information in your area, go to your service-provider’s website.

You can also check the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) current grid conditions online. It is important to note that power outages can happen in inclement weather conditions, not just because of grid conditions.

A spokesperson with Oncor Energy said its outages were mainly caused by high, sustained winds and extreme cold putting stress on equipment. It is not an issue of power generation, the spokesperson said.

10 p.m. Friday

Pedernales Electric, covering San Marcos and has 2,808 customers without power

Noon Friday

Oncor, covering Georgetown, Taylor and Elgin has 2,323 customers without power.

Bluebonnet covering Bastrop, San Marcos, and Cedar Park has 1,056 without power.

Austin Energy has 389 customers affected by outages.

Pedernales Electric, covering Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs, and Bertram has 332.

8 a.m. Friday

Oncor, covering Georgetown, Taylor and Elgin has 2,323 customers affected by outages.

Bluebonnet covering Bastrop, San Marcos, and Cedar Park has 1,113.

Austin Energy has 77.

Pedernales Electric, covering Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs, and Bertram has 822.

7 a.m. Friday

Oncor, covering the Georgetown, Taylor and Elgin areas has 1,981 without power.

Bluebonnet covering Bastrop, San Marcos, and Cedar Park has 1,096.

Austin Energy has 1,936.

Pedernales Electric in Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs and Bertram has 822.

6:15 a.m. Friday

Oncor, covering the Georgetown, Taylor and Elgin areas had 2,156 without power.

Bluebonnet, covering Bastrop, San Marcos, Cedar Creek had 358 outages.

Austin Energy had 119.

Pedernales Electric covers Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs, Bertram. 22 are without power there.

4 a.m. Friday

Oncor, covering the Georgetown, Taylor, and Elgin areas had 2,376 outages.

Bluebonnet, covering Bastrop, San Marcos, Cedar Creek had 84.

Austin Energy had 155.

Pedernales Coop, covering Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs, Bertram had 17.

1:30 a.m. Friday

Oncor covering Georgetown, Taylor, Elgin had 3,010 outages.

Bluebonnet in Bastrop, San Marcos, Cedar Creek had 419.

Austin Energy had 248.

Pedernales Coop, in Horseshoe Bay, Dripping Springs, Bertram had 190.

10 p.m. Thursday

Shortly before 10 p.m. Thursday, less than 300 customers with Pedernales Electric Co-op meters were out in Central Texas.

Current outages on this map show outages for the entire state.

On Wednesday, state leaders sought to reassure Texans about the stability of the power grid, as they prepared for the arctic front to plunge temperatures to dangerously cold levels across the state.

“The grid is ready and reliable,” Peter Lake, the chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, said Wednesday. He added that he expects there will be enough power supply to meet the increase in demand Thursday through Saturday.