UPDATE: Huntsville Utilities restores power to north Madison County


UPDATE: Huntsville Utilities said power was restored just after 10:20 a.m.

UPDATE: Huntsville Utilities said the outage was caused by breakers tripping at a primary substation which feeds several other substations across northern portions of the county.

To help reduce load and ensure the substation breakers don’t trip again, HU asked customers to turn off heating systems once power is restored.

To know when power is restored for you, HU recommends plugging in a light and leaving it in the “on” position.

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – A second power outage impacted Madison County Saturday morning.

Huntsville Utilities said an outage occurred in northwest Madison County and the Hazel Green areas just after 6:50 a.m.

Customers were impacted from the Tennessee State Line south to Bob Wade Lane and the Limestone County line east to Greenville Pike.

HU said crews were on the way and the cause of the outage was undetermined.

However, the outage map showed outages scattered across all of northern Madison County.

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