Georgia Power reports 15 scattered outages remained in Macon at about 8 a.m. Tuesday after a combined 1500 outages between Columbus, Americus and Macon at 4 a.m.
Bitter cold weather and gusty winds took their toll Tuesday morning with icy roads and scattered downed trees that pulled down power lines.
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.
Winds gusted to near 30 miles per hour overnight.
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 dispatchers in Bibb, Houston, Crawford, Jones and Laurens counties did not report any major problems with the bitter cold.
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.