LAS VEGAS – As Hurricane Hilary approaches the valley, bringing with it the threat of heavy rain and potential power disruptions, NV Energy is gearing up to face the challenges head-on. The utility company has announced its readiness to handle any power outages that may arise due to the impending extreme weather conditions.
With safety as a top priority, NV Energy has crews on standby, ready to respond swiftly and safely to any power-related issues caused by the heavy rain and winds expected from Hurricane Hilary. The company is closely monitoring the situation to ensure a proactive approach to potential service disruptions.
The forecast indicates that the most significant rainfall is anticipated from Sunday through Monday, prompting NV Energy to call on customers to take necessary precautions and be prepared for the inclement weather. In addition to keeping their homes and surroundings secure, officials advise residents to make sure their contact information, including a mobile phone number, is up-to-date on their NV Energy accounts. By doing so, customers can sign up for outage alerts and stay informed about any developments related to power interruptions.
NV Energy’s commitment to customer safety remains steadfast as the community braces for the impact of Hurricane Hilary’s heavy rainfall. Stay connected and informed by following official updates from NV Energy and local authorities. Remember, preparedness is key in ensuring everyone’s well-being during severe weather events.
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