Wind gusts of 20 mph Tuesday could bring down more trees in Middle Georgia after more than 300 Georgia Power customers lost electricity early Tuesday.
The utility company restored service overnight to people living on the north and west side of Lake Wildwood.
A couple of smaller outages were also repaired near Walnut Street in downtown Macon and on the east side near Jeffersonville Road, according to Georgia Power's website.
A towering oak tree fell on power lines about noon Monday on Briarcliff Road in east Macon.
Macon-Bibb County firefighters found some of the branches burning on the lines in the 1500 block of Briarcliff and another large limb was down across nearby Hawthorne Road.
The National Weather Service expects wind gusts of up to 20 mph through Wednesday, and more trees could topple in the saturated ground from recent rain.
Capt. Rex Sampson urged everyone to stay safe, call 911 and avoid contact with downed lines.
The downed tree triggered a minor power outage in the Shirley Hills neighborhood as crews cleared the tree from the lines.
Firefighters used a chain saw to remove the large limb blocking Hawthorne to allow traffic to resume by about 12:30 p.m.