Nearly 3,000 customers in Lake Highlands are without power Wednesday as a result of continued power outages caused by severe winter weather.

This a 75% improvement since around noon yesterday.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas initiated the outages early morning on Monday because of record-breaking electric demand as people try to keep their homes warm. The outages are expected to last until the “weather emergency ends,” according to a news release.

In a Tweet, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says there has been some “modest improvement” in regaining electricity.

Here is where you can find food, warming centers and firewood in and near the neighborhood.