ERCOT has issued a Weather Watch for Wednesday, May 8, due to unseasonably high temperatures, high levels of expected maintenance outages during the spring shoulder months, and the potential for lower reserves. Grid conditions are expected to be normal. For more information, visit our TXANS webpage.

What is an ERCOT Weather Watch?
An ERCOT Weather Watch is an advance notification of forecasted significant weather with higher electrical demand and the potential for lower reserves. At this time, grid conditions are expected to be normal, and there is no current expectation of an energy emergency. Texans should continue to monitor real-time and extended grid conditions at

What do I need to do?
No action is needed. You can monitor current and extended grid conditions on

Did you know?
Reducing electric use during peak demand times can help you save and lower demand on the grid. Energy-saving tips can be found at

Stay updated
Follow ERCOT and KPUB on social media. Subscribe to ERCOT Emergency Alerts or download the ERCOT Mobile App for additional notifications: iOS | Android.

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