April 16, 2020
Many southern Nebraska residents including ones served by South Central Public Power District and Superior Utilities were without electrical power for more than an hour Sunday evening.
The problem started when a device associated with a Nebraska Public Power District transmission line tripped in the high winds which blasted the area throughout the day. The National Weather Service forecast warned of gusts reaching or exceeding 60 miles per hour. In some areas the wind was accompanied by snow and the power lines were galloping.
The problem happend somewhere west of Superior stopping the f...