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TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Utility crews haven’t gotten much of a break this week, as another round of storms caused outages in several areas Saturday night.
Huntsville Utilities crews are responding to a string of outages that follow a line from northwest to southeast Madison County resulting from a line of severe thunderstorms that moved through the area earlier this evening. Frequent lightning and gusty winds caused scattered small outages beginning in the Harvest-Monrovia area, and continuing south and east in areas along Highway 53, into downtown Huntsville, and on into the Hampton Cove/Big Cove area along Highway 431 to New Hope.
The largest of these outages is in southeast Huntsville in the Hampton Cove/Big Cove area. Early estimates of total customers without power at this time is approximately 9,000 customers.
Crews will have power restored as quickly and safely as possible.
Check Huntsville Utilities’ outage map
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