|Tuesday, Sept. 3, 10 a.m. UPDATE: As Hurricane Dorian continues its slow movement along the Atlantic coastline, it seems increasingly likely that Wisconsin crews will not be needed for mutual aid support. While the storm remains very strong, forecasters now predict it may not make landfall, causing it to be more of a flooding event with fewer power outages than originally thought. We appreciate all of the Wisconsin utilities that offered resources to assist.|
|Monday, Sept. 2, 11 a.m. UPDATE: With Dorian still proving unpredictable, our Wisconsin crews remain on standby. More updates as available.|
|Sunday, Sept. 1, 2 p.m. UPDATE: Wisconsin crews remain on standby. Hurricane Dorian’s path continues to be very uncertain, with its extremely slow pace adding to the difficulty predicting movement. As of last count, we have 29 lineworkers and two support staff ready to travel if we are called into action. Next update expected on Monday morning.|
|Saturday, Aug. 31, 2 p.m. UPDATE: Wisconsin crews have been placed on standby. The forecast path has changed and impact on Florida from Hurricane Dorian is not yet known. Crews will NOT depart on Sunday morning as originally planned. MEUW is awaiting further instruction from Florida utilities.|
Municipal utilities participating in the initial wave of Dorian-related mutual aid come from:
Prairie du Sac
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