The US is in the midst of a power outage.
Here’s what you need to know.
article A nationwide outage of the power grid is expected to hit the US sometime in the coming days, causing power outages that could last for days.
The outage is expected, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to last up to six hours.
The blackout, which has been reported in more than 30 states, is also expected to affect about 30 million customers.
A number of states are experiencing power outage issues as well, according a statement from the agency.
The agency says a number of the affected areas are in the Midwest and in the southern part of the country.
Here are the areas that are affected: Texas: The National Weather Service says a temporary power outage will occur through the weekend.
The storm has already caused extensive damage to areas in Texas and is expected in other areas in the state later this week.
It is expected that Texas will experience at least one-half-hour of intermittent power outAGES during this storm.
Louisiana: A storm surge warning was issued in New Orleans Friday morning, and residents are advised to stay inside.
Flooding is expected throughout the city and many residents are evacuating.
Floodwaters are forecast to continue for at least two days.
Maryland: Flooding has also been reported throughout the state.
A flood advisory has been issued in Baltimore.
Officials say it is likely that water will remain high in many parts of the city for at or near 24 hours, but that flooding could become more severe in areas that receive more rain.
North Carolina: Storms are expected to reach the Carolinas coastline by the end of the week, according the National Weather Services.
A storm warning has been in place for parts of Charlotte, Raleigh and Chapel Hill for the next several days.
Storms have already impacted parts of parts of eastern North Carolina.
Floods are also expected in parts of central North Carolina as well.
A tornado warning has also issued for parts.
A temporary emergency warning has not been issued for New Orleans, but officials are advising residents to stay indoors and keep their windows and doors shut.
South Carolina: South Carolina Gov.
Henry McMaster said the storm will cause flooding and mudslides that could cause the state to lose power for days and may cause more severe weather in the area.
Officials have said flooding is expected through the week.
Floodwater has also inundated parts of southern and central South Carolina, according for the state, and many areas are experiencing flooding.
A state of emergency has been declared for the coastal regions of South Carolina and some areas have received rainfall totals as high as 6 inches.
Georgia: Georgia is experiencing a power outAGE and officials have warned that more than half of the state could be without power by the weekend if it rains.
The National Hurricane Center has issued a tropical storm warning for parts, but says the storm could bring down power to parts of Georgia and may bring more rainfall to the area later this weekend.
There is no power loss for parts or all of Georgia.
The state has been without power since Monday afternoon, and the city of Savannah was without power Wednesday morning, according Georgia Power.
A hurricane warning is in effect for parts and is in place in the Carolinaas region.
The city of Columbia has been forced to cancel its citywide events, including the upcoming Super Bowl, and there have been reports of downed trees.