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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Storms throughout the Piedmont have caused power outages for over 1,500 households in the Triad over the weekend.

Stay with WFMY News 2 for the latest updates on storm coverage. Storms have passed as of 4 p.m., according to WFMY's weather team.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 2021

6:36 p.m. Crews are working to clear a tree from the front of Holly Springs Church

5:52 p.m. A telephone pole has completely fell to the ground out in Asheboro

5:23 p.m. WFMY's Crosby Sensibaugh captured this photo of a downed tree overtop of a driveway

4:50 p.m. Storms that have came through Asheboro have left damage. Fire and EMS services are responding to a tree that has fallen through a house.

4:30 p.m. Over 1,500 homes are without power following Sunday's storms throughout the Triad

RELATED: Power outages hit 1,500 as storms roll through Piedmont-Triad Sunday

REPORTING POWER OUTAGES

  • Duke Energy: 1-800-POWERON, 1-800-769-3766 Customers may also report an outage or view current outages online
  • Duke Energy Progress: 1-800-419-6356
  • NC Electrical Cooperatives: 1-888-411-7870
  • Energy United: 1-800-386-4833
  • Randolph Electric: 1-877-736-2633
  • Piedmont Electric: 1-800-449-2667
  • Surry-Yadkin Electric: 336-356-8241
  • City of Lexington Electric: 336-248-2337
  • City of High Point Electric: 336-883-3111

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