Storms create power outages for Monday morning

NASHVILLE (WSMV) – <a title=”4WARN ALERT: Strong-severe storms continue” href=”https://www.wsmv.com/tncms/asset/editorial/34721740-5677-11ec-9f41-6742ad8b9973/”>As storms move through</a> the area in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, do not be surprised if you lose power in your area.

As of 7 a.m., several thousand people are waking up without power after the first line of storms move through.

<a href=”https://www.nespower.com/outages/” target=”_blank”>DAVIDSON COUNTY</a>: 2,685

<a href=”https://cemc.org/outagemap/” target=”_blank”>CHEATHAM COUNTY</a>: 827

<a href=”https://www.outageentry.com/Outages/outage.php?Client=CDE” target=”_blank”>MONTGOMERY COUNTY</a>: 1,193

<a href=”https://cemc.org/outagemap/” target=”_blank”>ROBERTSON COUNTY</a>: 2,626

<a href=”https://cemc.org/outagemap/” target=”_blank”>STEWART COUNTY</a>: 331

<a href=”https://cemc.org/outagemap/” target=”_blank”>SUMNER COUNTY</a>: 16

<a href=”http://outage.dicksonelectric.com/” target=”_blank”>DICKSON COUNTY</a>: 83