|Day Low/High||122.89 / 124.19|
|52 Wk Low/High||96.19 / 131.98|
- FPL thanks its customers for their patience and understanding
-FPL has restored 98 percent of 1.2 million customer interruptions throughout Florida
- FPL restores more than 1 million customer interruptions throughout Florida; expects to complete restoration to essentially all customers by end of today
-- FPL is on track to complete power restoration to essentially all customers by end of day Sunday; pockets of severe flooding and damage likely will extend outages for a few customers until Monday
- FPL estimates it will restore power to all customers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, and majority of customers in Palm Beach County by end of day today
- More than 1 million customers remain in the path of the storm in Central and North Florida
- FPL expects as many as 2.5 million customers could lose power, with some areas experiencing extended outages
- FPL anticipates as many as 1.2 million customers could lose power
-- FPL is pre-positioning workers and equipment across the state to begin power restoration as soon as it's safe to do so
- FPL has activated its emergency response plan and urges customers to prepare as well
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- With service restoration complete, FPL is offering 300 restoration personnel to help sister Florida utilities restore power to their respective customers
- Pre-positioned crews worked through the night to restore power as Hermine's high winds and rain affected more than 96,000 customers throughout FPL's service area; approximately 11,000 remain without power as of 11 a.m.
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