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Severe storms push through Middle Tennessee

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Tree down in Walter Hill, Tenn. near Jefferson Pike. (Courtesy: iReport2 Network) Tree down in Walter Hill, Tenn. near Jefferson Pike. (Courtesy: iReport2 Network)
Jefferson Pike in Walter Hill, Tenn. (Courtesy: iReport2 Network) Jefferson Pike in Walter Hill, Tenn. (Courtesy: iReport2 Network)
La Vergne, Tenn. La Vergne, Tenn.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A line of severe storms pushed through Middle Tennessee Friday morning, bringing with it several warnings and watches. All of those weather advisories have been allowed to expire as of 8 a.m. and no additional severe weather is expected today.

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Some power outages were reported across Rutherford County, particularly Walter Hill, as well as a few areas in Perry County. A semi-truck was blown over on Highway 50 in Hickman County near Centerville, but no injuries were reported.

Electricity flickered in other areas, including Tullahoma, Cookeville and Shelbyville.

Click here for a list of Middle Tennessee electric companies and outage maps.

Several reports of downed trees and damage also came in from across Rutherford County, including La Vergne, Smyrna and Walter Hill.

There could be a brief shower through the Friday lunch hour, but the afternoon looks dry. Winds will pick up out of the west and northwest, keeps daytime readings in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Temps will drop to the upper 30s and lower 40s late Friday night through early Saturday morning.

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