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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -
Storms rolled through the Huntsville area early Monday morning.
The storms produced string winds, heavy rain, as well as thunder and lightning.
As of 6 a.m., no major damage was reported.
Our crews found some debris on top of a business at the intersection of Longwood and Franklin.
The storms also blew the windows out at a gallery at the intersection of Whitesburg and Longwood.
Huntsville Utilities said there still are a few outages in the Huntsville and Madison area. Crews have been assigned to all reported outages and repairs are being made.
The large outage in the Bob Wallace, Triana Blvd. and Memorial Parkway area was repaired by 4:48 this morning. Lightning damaged a pole on 5th Street, causing the outage.
The rain and storms are pretty much out of the Huntsville area.
Much chillier air arriving this afternoon behind a strong cold front.
Temperatures will drop from around 60 early this morning into the upper 40s by mid afternoon. Temperatures will continue the downward plunge tonight with lows in the upper 20s.
Sunshine returns tomorrow but temperatures will only reach the mid 40s for highs.
The remainder of the week looks quiet with seasonably cool weather. Highs will be mainly in the 50s with overnight lows in the 20s to low 30s.
Some more rain is possible over the weekend with temperatures staying in the 50s for highs.
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