(WHNT) — Around 25 Huntsville Utilities customers were without power as of 5 p.m. Sunday after a batch of severe thunderstorms moved across the area Saturday night.
At the peak of the outage, nearly 1,200 Huntsville Utilities customers were without power.
Saturday night, several outages were scattered throughout the service area, including two larger outages.
By Sunday morning, however, only one large outage remained – in the northwest section of Madison County between the state/Limestone County lines, the Toney community, and Hazel Green.
Huntsville Utilities confirmed Saturday there were 11 power poles down, three lines reported down, and one line hanging low.
As of Sunday, the utility said they were working to replace four downed poles and two tree-related outages.
Officials confirmed that crews were working to replace 8-10 power poles in the Hazel Green community after most of the city’s service was restored late Saturday.
To see an updated map of power outages through the Huntsville area, click here.