Thousands of Mid-State residents are without power on Thursday night after storms moved through the area.
According to the Nashville Electric Service's Web site, more than 3,200 customers were without power at 11 p.m.
It was not immediately known when power would be restored to all residents.
The Nashville Weather Service reported that a tree fell on four cars in the 860 block of Murfreesboro Pike in Hermitage following the storms. Thunderstorms are expected to remain a threat in the Mid-State until a cold front pushes through the Nashville area around Midnight. Overnight temperatures are expected to be around 60 degrees. On Friday, showers are expected to linger in the morning hours; however it will gradually become sunny by the late afternoon. High temperatures are only expected to reach the upper 60s.
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