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Published: August 14, 2019


STRONG THUNDERSTORMS LEFT THEIR MARK ON SEVERAL SOUTHERN MIDDLE TENNESSEE AND NORTH ALABAMA COUNTIES TUESDAY NIGHT.  A SERIES OF CELLS BROUGHT DOWN TREES IN SEVERAL PARTS OF THE AREA INCLUDING WEST POINT, IRON CITY, LYNCHBURG, CAMPBELLSVILLE, FLORENCE, AND KILLEN.  A MCDONALD'S SIGN ON HIGHWAY 72 IN EAST LAUDERDALE COUNTY SUSTAINED DAMAGE WHILE STORM SPOTTERS REPORTED WIND GUSTS OF JUST OVER 63 MILES PER HOUR IN EASTERN LEWIS COUNTY AS A CELL PASSED THEIR LOCATION.   AT ONE POINT, AROUND 1,000 CUSTOMERS OF LAWRENCEBURG UTILITY SYSTEMS WERE WITHOUT POWER HOWEVER CREWS WERE ABLE TO QUICKLY RESTORE SERVICE TO MOST OF THE AFFECTED AREAS.  TWO VEHICLES NEAR THE LAWRENCE AND MAURY COUNTY LINE WERE DAMAGED BY HAIL NEARLY AN INCH AND A HALF IN SIZE.  DESPITE THE LENGTHY LIST OF DAMAGE REPORTS, NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED.