Power outages reported as Hurricane Dorian skirts Central Florida coast

Crews working to restore power in Brevard, Flagler and Volusia

By Emilee Speck - Digital journalist

Duke Energy power trucks at a staging area in Sumter County preparing for Hurricane Dorian response. (Image: Duke Energy)

Hurricane Dorian is at Central Florida's door step as a Category 2 storm bringing with it possible widespread power outages.

As of Wednesday morning, Dorian was packing maximum sustained winds up to 105 mph moving northwest at 8 mph.

Residents with Florida Power and Light can track outages at fplmaps.com and Duke Energy customers can track outages here.

The Florida Division of Emergency Management tracks outages in all of Florida's 67 counties. For the complete list of outages across the state caused by Hurricane Dorian, click here.

The following counties and municipalities have reported outages as of 7 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Florida Division of Emergency Management:

Brevard County

There were 540 outages in Brevard County.

Flagler County

In Flagler County, 100 accounts were without power.

Orange County

More than 230 customers were without power.

Seminole County

In Seminole County, 48 customers were without power.

Volusia County

About 381 accounts were without power.

Osceola County

All Duke Energy customers had power in Osceola County Wednesday afternoon.

Lake County

In Lake County, no customers are without power Wednesday morning, according to Duke Energy.

Polk County

No Duke Energy customers were without power in Polk County Wednesday afternoon.

Marion County

A total of 156 outages were reported.

Sumter County

There were no outages in Sumter County as of Wednesday evening.

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