Nearly 10,000 without power morning after storms sweep Louisville region (2024)

Nearly 10,000 without power morning after storms sweep Louisville region

OH, LISTEN TO THAT. THAT’S HAIL UP IN FRENCH LICK. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT TWO INCHES IN DIAMETER. OUR GUESTS HAD TO TAKE COVER AND IT SHATTERED WINDOWS. LOOK AT THAT. THAT’S A CAR UP THERE AS WELL. OH, WOW. LISTEN TO THAT. THAT HAIL ALSO HAMMER DOWN ON THE ATRIUM AT THE NEARBY WEST BADEN SPRINGS HOTEL, CAUSING SOME REAL DAMAGE. I GUESS THEY’RE GOT THIS VIDEO OF THE DRAMATIC MOMENTS WHEN THAT STORM PASSED THROUGH. LOOK AT THAT IN THEIR HAND. YOU CAN SEE MANY OF THOSE PANES OF GLASS WERE DAMAGED AT THE CEILING. THE RESORT TELLS US THAT THE WEST BADEN HOTEL IS OPEN, BUT THE ATRIUM WILL BE CLOSED INDEFINITELY SHORTLY. THE STORMS ALSO SNAPPED SEVERAL TREES IN THE INDIAN HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD IN EAST LOUISVILLE. ROBERT WATSON, TENNESSEE’S PICTURES FROM HIS BACKYARD WHERE A TREE SNAPPED AND FELL ON A POWER LINE, LEAVING HIS HOME IN MUCH OF THAT NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE DARK. AND IN GAINESVILLE, INDIANA, MASSIVE SHELF CLOUDS WERE SEEN ROLLING IN AS THE SEVERE WEATHER BEGAN. THERE WAS DAMAGING HAIL AND WIND. WE ALSO SAW MASSIVE SIZED HAIL IN GAINESVILLE THERE, WHERE IT ALMOST BLANKETS THE GRASS AND WHITE AS YOU CAN SEE ON THAT DECK, TOO. THE SAME WAS HAPPENING IN SHIVELY WHERE HAIL WAS WAS BUILDING UP IN RAIN PUDDLES AND ALL OVER LAWNS, TRAMPOLINES, A LOT GOING ON. AND THIS IS SOME SCARY STUFF UP IN INDIANAPOLIS, JUST SOUTH OF INDIANAPOLIS, A HUGE FUNNEL CLOUD CAUGHT ON CAMERA. THIS IS IN THE TOWN OF GREENWOOD IN JOHNSON COUNTY. THERE WERE REPORTS OF MULTIPLE TORNADOES IN THE AREA. THE SHERIFF SAYS THE DAMAGE COVERED A SIGNIFICANT AREA WHERE NEIGHBORHOODS AN

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Nearly 10,000 without power morning after storms sweep Louisville region

The storm system that moved through the Louisville area on Sunday did some damage by downing trees and also pelting much of the viewing area with hail. There were also several power outages.Several LG&E customers are still without power Monday morning.As of 11 a.m. Monday, 7,686 LG&E customers are without power in Louisville, and 1,377 are out in Oldham County.You can keep up and see a map of current outages from LG&E here. A little over 1,000 people are without power in southern Indiana.You can keep up and see a map of current outages from Duke Energy here.The last storms that brought significant power outages were in early April.After that event, officials said priority one when restoring power always safety.LG&E says they won't compromise on restoring electrical power when it comes to the well-being of their customers and their working crews. If power is taking awhile to come back in your area, you can reach out to LG&E via the following methods: "Report outages through our mobile app, online, or by texting OUTAGE to 4LGEKU (454358) – text STATUS for updates. You can also call us at 502-589-1444, options 1-1-2 for LG&E or 800-981-0600 options 1-1 for KU."Related stories:

The storm system that moved through the Louisville area on Sunday did some damage by downing trees and also pelting much of the viewing area with hail. There were also several power outages.

Several LG&E customers are still without power Monday morning.

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As of 11 a.m. Monday, 7,686 LG&E customers are without power in Louisville, and 1,377 are out in Oldham County.

You can keep up and see a map of current outages from LG&E here.

A little over 1,000 people are without power in southern Indiana.

You can keep up and see a map of current outages from Duke Energy here.

The last storms that brought significant power outages were in early April.

After that event, officials said priority one when restoring power always safety.

LG&E says they won't compromise on restoring electrical power when it comes to the well-being of their customers and their working crews.

If power is taking awhile to come back in your area, you can reach out to LG&E via the following methods:

"Report outages through our mobile app, online, or by texting OUTAGE to 4LGEKU (454358) – text STATUS for updates. You can also call us at 502-589-1444, options 1-1-2 for LG&E or 800-981-0600 options 1-1 for KU."

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Nearly 10,000 without power morning after storms sweep Louisville region (2024)
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