Power in nearly all areas of Middle Georgia has been restored after gusty winds knocked power lines loose.
Winds gusted to near 30 miles per hour overnight, authorities said.
Of a combined 1,500 outages reported by Georgia Power in Macon, Columbus and Americus at 4 a.m., only four customers in Macon were still without power at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, said spokeswoman Carol Boatright.
Nearly 140 Central Georgia EMC customers on Bass Road lost power about 9:45 p.m. Monday. Power was restored within two hours, said spokeswoman Christy Chewning. Another 1,400 customers sustained outages in Jasper and Henry counties. Power was restored in those areas by 9:25 a.m. Tuesday.
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Statewide, power has yet to be restored to about 570 customers who lost service due to weather conditions.
A tree fell on Old Holton Road in Macon, off Pierce Avenue, and the road was closed Tuesday morning while workers cleared it. No one was injured.
A vehicle overturned shortly after 7:15 a.m. in Bibb County due to ice on the road at Thomaston and Tucker Roads near the BB&T bank.
The traffic light at Macon’s Emery Highway at Second Street was flashing after 5 a.m., but crews repaired the problem by about 8:15 a.m., according to dispatchers at the Macon 911 Center.
Emergency Management officials in Houston, Monroe and Jones counties had not received reports of fallen trees Tuesday morning.
Macon’s low dropped to 26 degrees at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport, but it felt more like 15 degrees with winds gusting to about 20 miles per hour.
Temperatures are forecast to reach a high near 41 today with wind gusts as high as 25 mph, according to The National Weather Service.
-- Staff writer Liz Fabian contributed to this report.