Damage, power outages and hail reported during Nashville thunderstorm
Around 600 Nashville Electric Service customers are still without power after storms rolled through on Sunday.
NES said storms knocked down trees and power lines. There is damage to at least nine utility poles, mostly in West Nashville.
NES says crews are working Monday morning to restore power as quickly as possible.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Hail, power outages and downed wires and trees have been reported during passing storms in and around Nashville on Sunday.
More than 8,400 customers with Nashville Electric Service lost power at the height of the storms that moved in at around 5 p.m.
A tree fell on a house on the 1700 block of Temple Ave. No injuries are reported.
Meteorologist Colleen Mehlberg took a picture of some hail that fell in Metrocenter.
There have been a couple reports of lightning strikes, but no fires have been reported.
Watch FOX 17 News at 9 p.m. for the latest information on the forecast.