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Atlanta Power Outages Caused by Weather

Events

January 3, 2023 - Thunderstorm Wind

Several reports of trees and/or powerlines in the area around Fairburn and Union City, west of the I-85/i-285 interchange. Most significant damage was tree down through a home on Thaxton Rd SW near intersection of Wolf Creek Cir SW.

Ben Hill - Ben Hill
September 7, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

The Fulton County Emergency Manager and local utility companies reported several trees and power lines blown down across the area from College Park to Alpharetta.

Red Oak - Newtown
July 27, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Reports of numerous trees and power lines were received from the Fulton County Emergency Manager and from the public stretching from the Alpharetta and Johns Creek areas to Buckhead.

Ocee - Bolton
July 27, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Reports of numerous trees and power lines were received from the Fulton County Emergency Manager and from the public stretching from the Alpharetta and Johns Creek areas to Buckhead.

Ocee - Bolton
January 11, 2020 - Thunderstorm Wind

The broadcast media reported a tree blown down onto power lines near Cascade Elementary School on Venetian Drive.

Ft Mc Pherson - Ft Mc Pherson

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July 19, 2022

Multiple waves of typical daytime summertime showers and thunderstorms developed within a modestly unstable and abnormally moist tropical airmass during the afternoon and evenings of July 19th through July 21st. These storms produced numerous reports of trees and powerlines down, quarter size hail, and flash flooding across portions of north and central Georgia.

June 17, 2022

A multi-day severe weather event unfolded mid June as multiple disturbances surrounding the outer periphery of a mid level high pushed through an abnormally moist environment and highly unstable environment over the forecast area. These storms produced numerous reports of trees & powerlines down, quarter to golf ball size hail, structural damage, and isolated instances of flash flooding.

June 8, 2022

An axis of instability was draped across much of the area during a multi-day stretch in June, which served as a catalyst for diurnally driven convection across portions of north and central Georgia. These storms and its respective outflows produced numerous reports of trees and powerlines down, with minor structural damage at some locations.

April 13, 2020

A powerful Spring storm system resulted in a Severe Weather / Tornado outbreak across much of the Southeast region, including north and central Georgia, beginning on Easter Sunday (April 12th) and lingering into the morning hours of April 13th. From the Storm Prediction Center (Day 1) convective outlook, just about the entire area was under an ENHANCED risk for severe weather with a MODERATE risk extending from the ArkLaMiss into western Georgia.||In addition, enhanced rainfall occurred over far north Georgia and in portions of central Georgia, with rainfall amounts ranging from 3 to 8 inches through the event. Significant flooding was in portions of the area with numerous reports of washouts and several reports of rescues.

October 10, 2018

Hurricane Michael made landfall along the Florida panhandle at Mexico beach (just southeast of Panama City) on the afternoon of October 10, 2018 as a high-end Category 4 hurricane (max winds of 155 MPH). Michael then moved rapidly inland, causing widespread wind damage along its path as it swept northeast across south and central Georgia. Hurricane Michael was the first major hurricane, category 3 or higher, to directly impact Georgia since the 1890s. In southwest Georgia, wind gusts as high as 115 mph were recorded. Within the NWS Atlanta/Peachtree City county warning area, wind gusts of 40-60 MPH, with some gusts over 70 mph, across portions of central Georgia on the evening of October 10th into the morning of October 11th led to widespread tree damage and power outages with damage to numerous structures. Severe crop damage was also reported, especially to cotton and pecan crops, as well as devastating impacts to commercial timberland. In addition, a few brief tornadoes in the outer bands of Michael caused isolated damage in portions of the north and central Georgia while heavy rainfall led to localized flooding. Michael quickly exited the state as a tropical storm late on the morning of October 11th.

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Nov 14, 2022

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Nov 11, 2022

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Nov 10, 2022

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Oct 27, 2022

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Oct 11, 2022

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A single vehicle crash has caused a power outage in the area of Anderson Street and Montgomery Street Saturday evening.

Oct 8, 2022

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Oct 1, 2022

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Sep 30, 2022

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Why can you not answer when the power will be back on? I can not operate my tools,can I charge you for the time it is off?

Todd | September 12, 2022  

Power Outtage 30327. Reason??

Patrick Cobb | November 04, 2020  

When will the power be restored in the 30331 area

George | October 29, 2020  

WHEN WILL POWER BE RESTORE ON SORRENTO CIR SW ATLANTA GA

LINDSEY JORDAN | October 29, 2020  

Yes. 30306

Hank Thomas | October 11, 2020  

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