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Several thousand left without power after storms

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Several thousands customers experienced power outages as severe thunderstorms raced across Middle Tennessee.

At one point, more than 4,700 customers of Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, mainly western Rutherford County and the Spring Hill area, were without power.

Spring Hill police urged people to avoid Main Street (Highway 31) because of downed trees and power lines.

There's also reports of trees down on Main Street in Mount Pleasant in Maury County.

Several thousand Nashville Electric Service customers were reported without power during the brunt of the storms in Davidson County. As of 9:30 p.m., 384 customers remained without power.

The CMA Music Fest concert at LP Field was delayed because of lightning in the area.

A tornado warning was issued at 9 p.m. for portions of Marshall, Maury and Bedford counties until 9:30 p.m. There has been no report of damage as of 9:30 p.m.

The 4WARN Weather Team will continue to provide updates throughout the day.

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