UPDATE - After power outages in the Tulsa Metro area of almost 3,000 customers without electricity Sunday morning due to thunderstorms, that number had dwindled to a little more than 300 by early afternoon.
PSO officials say that thunderstorms moving through the Green Country area left customers in the dark, but they would have power restored about noonish, they made good on that promise.
According to the PSO outage map, 1,804 of those 3,000 customers were in south Tulsa/Bixby area in the 101st and Sheridan area. Those customers were powered back up before noon.
Other areas near the metro Tulsa area reporting outages were Prue, Sand Springs, Catoosa, a couple of spots on east 11th St., but most outside of south Tulsa were fewer than 100 customers out. According to PSO, Catoosa was one of the largest outages with 375 without electricity at one point.
OG&E reported about 8,000 power outages after Saturday's storms moved through southeastern Oklahoma in the Warner - Webbers Falls area, but that number had decreased to around 1,000 still down by Sunday afternoon.
At one point Saturday, Warner police said the entire town went dark.