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Mount Juliet Power Outages Caused by Weather


June 30, 2023 - Thunderstorm Wind

The emergency manager reported that two power poles were snapped near Central Pike and Lohman Road south of Mount Juliet. There were also about 8,200 power outages across Wilson County. Damages are a rough estimate.

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March 3, 2023 - High Wind

The highest wind gust measured in Wilson County was 62 mph from an AWOS station at the Lebanon Airport. Several hours of severe non-thunderstorm winds resulted in numerous damage reports, including downed and uprooted trees, downed powerlines, and roof and other property damage across all of Wilson County. Some of the worst damage was reported in Green Hill. A tree fell onto powerlines which snapped two power poles, dropping the powerlines onto an occupied car. Other downed trees blew a transformer at Grandview and Brookside Road. Another tree fell onto a house along Santa Rosa Road and along Tyne Boulevard. In Watertown, a tree fell onto powerlines along Parkerson Road, causing a fire and forcing the closure of the road. In Rural Hill, the roof was peeled off of Suggs Creek Market along Stewarts Ferry Pike. No injuries were reported in Wilson County. Damages are estimated.

April 13, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

Six power poles were snapped on Southeast Tater Peeler Road between Trusty Lane and Maddox Simpson Parkway.

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December 11, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Numerous trees and power lines were blown down across Mount Juliet and some homes and apartments suffered minor roof damage.

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May 4, 2020 - High Wind

A wake low pressure area on the back side of the precipitation associated with the severe thunderstorms across southern Middle Tennessee caused strong to severe southeast winds of 40 to 60 mph across Wilson County. Numerous trees, power lines, and fences were blown down in Green Hill, Mount Juliet, and Lebanon. Some roads that were blocked by fallen trees included Saundersville Road near the NWS Nashville office; Buffalo Trail, Noel Drive, and Dallas Drive in Mount Juliet; and Interstate 40 eastbound in Lebanon. One tree fell onto a car on North Greenhill Road in Mount Juliet.



May 9, 2023

Scattered thunderstorms once again impacted Middle Tennessee on May 9, 2023. These thunderstorms were generally non-severe, however, one did produce a microburst in Lebanon. Estimated 55 to 65 mph winds from this microburst downed several trees and powerlines and caused other damage around the city.

November 5, 2022

A strong system and associated cold front over the Great Plains weakened considerably as it approached middle Tennessee on November 5, 2022, due to a general lack of instability across the area. Still, a strengthening surface pressure gradient ahead of this storm system allowed for winds to increase throughout much of the day ahead of the line of rain showers. Wind gusts between 35 to 50 mph were common, and this resulted in a few reports of downed trees and tree limbs as well as power outages, particularly across the Nashville metro area.

December 27, 2018

Strong south to southeast gradient winds gusting up to 50 mph affected much of Middle Tennessee throughout the day on December 27. Several reports of trees and power lines being blown down were received.

July 21, 2018

The largest severe weather event of the 2018 summer affected the eastern parts of Middle Tennessee from the evening hours on July 20 into the morning hours on July 21. Several supercell thunderstorms first spread southeastward out of southern Kentucky during the evening on July 20, bringing numerous reports of large hail and damaging winds to the Upper Cumberland. Later in the evening and continuing into the early morning hours on July 21, additional strong to severe thunderstorms developed east of I-65, bringing numerous more reports of large hail and wind damage. Finally, an isolated elevated supercell thunderstorm developed in the early morning hours on July 21 and moved southeastward across De Kalb, White, and Van Buren Counties, dropping large hail up to golf ball size in several areas. In addition to the severe weather reports, these thunderstorms produced copious amounts of cloud to ground lightning, resulting in widespread power outages to many counties in the Upper Cumberland.


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The crash happened on Murfreesboro Road near Ralston Lane around 6:30 a.m.

Aug 19, 2022

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The city of Mt. Juliet is currently experiencing internet and phone outages, which are reportedly affecting all city offices.

Aug 12, 2022

Transformer fires cause power outage in Mt. Juliet | Community | wilsonpost.com

Two transformer fires near Green Hill High School caused power outages for residents for about an hour Friday afternoon.

Aug 5, 2022

Storms bring floods, power outages to East Tennessee | WKRN News 2 Open Navigation Close Navigation

Heavy rain and thunderstorms have brought flooding and power outages to parts of Anderson, Blount and Knox counties.

Jul 21, 2022

Heatwave creates dangerous conditions for those without power

A couple thousand people in South Nashville experienced a power outage Wednesday. NES said it was from equipment failure and repaired it.

Jun 16, 2022

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Electric companies are offering tips on how to keep the heat from scorching your pockets.

Jun 13, 2022

Power outages due to strong storm line, heavy winds

Residents across the region lost power due to the strong winds and storms blowing through Wednesday evening.

Apr 13, 2022

Power outages, wind damage reported across the Midstate | WZTV

Power outages and wind damages are being reported across the Midstate as parts of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky are under a tornado watch. FOX 17 News is seeing reports of wires and trees down in the Metro area due to gusts of wind. Nashville Electric Service (NES) currently has 5,550 customers with power outages in the Metro area. You can track the NES power outages and access their power outage map here.

Mar 30, 2022

NWS confirms at least 7 tornadoes touched down in Middle TN

Severe weather and tornadoes passed through Middle Tennessee, along with several other states, early Saturday morning.

Dec 12, 2021

Check power outages near you after heavy storms rolled through Middle Tennessee

Check power outages in your neighborhood after severe weather passed through Tennessee on Saturday morning.

Dec 11, 2021

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My elderly parents, 85 & 79 have not power. 130 Navy Circle Mt. Juliet tn 37122

Tony & Dorothy Regnier | May 03, 2020  

my power is out at 105 S Greenhill Rd., mt.Juliet, tn 37122.. . I am 93 years old.

mary williams | May 03, 2020  

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Mount Juliet, Tennessee

City Mount Juliet
County Wilson
State Tennessee (TN)
Country United States
Zip Codes 37121, 37122

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