(WHNT) — Thousands were without power after severe thunderstorms moved through the Tennessee Valley on Sunday afternoon.

Damage and power outages were reported across the region and News 19 compiled those here in this article.

Joe Wheeler EMC reported up to 9,000 customers were without power at one point on Sunday. As of Monday morning, power was restored to almost every customer, according to their outage map.

Joe Wheeler also reported that storms tore off and blew off a metal roof of the Priceville substation. The EMC said at 6 p.m. that the substation was back online.

Huntsville Utilities (HU) reported up to 18,000 customers lost power during the storms. As of Monday morning, there were still 600 customers without power. The outages spanned across Madison County, and you can view each area affected here.

A spokesperson with HU said as of 11:30 a.m., there were eight utility poles needing to be replaced, 31 power lines down, nine low-hanging lines and 13 trees/limbs requiring removals. Crews were responding and working as quickly as possible to restore service, but an estimated time of completion was not available.

News 19 has also received reports of damage in the Five Points neighborhood in Huntsville. One viewer sent in photos of a tree that had fallen into a home on Beirne Avenue.

As of 7 a.m. Monday, Decatur Utilities (DU) said crews are still working to return power to 140 customers throughout Decatur, down from a peak of 5,000 earlier Sunday Afternoon. DU said that crews are working to address larger circuits with outages and will then move to work on smaller more isolated outages.

The DeKalb County EMA has also reported numerous trees down and other reports of damage. The EMA reported one tree down on a home on County Road 107 along with other trees down on homes in Fort Payne and Ider.