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UPDATE: Power restored to most following thunderstorm and outages

UPDATE (WKOW) — Power has been restored to thousands after a line of storms Sunday morning and afternoon knocked out service across south-central Wisconsin.

Madison Gas and Electric’s outage map showed only a smattering of customers without electricity.

Dozen of people remained in the dark in Alliant Energy’s coverage area, but that was a dramatic reduction from the hundreds without power a few hours earlier.


UPDATE (WKOW) — Crews continue to restore power to hundreds after a line of storms knocked out service to thousands Sunday morning and afternoon.

Columbia County has around 150 people still without power, according to Alliant Energy.

Adams County has an additional 300 people remaining without power.

Sauk County has almost all of their power restored, with roughly 10 people powerless.

In Madison Gas and Electric’s coverage area roughly 50 people are left in the dark across Dane County.


UPDATE (WKOW) — According to Alliant Energy, Sauk and Columbia Counties have more than 1,500 people without power.

Roughly 600 people are still in the dark in Dane County

In Adams County, more than 300 people remain without power.

In Madison Gas and Electric’s coverage area an additional 230 people we affected by a hand full of outages across north and central Dane County.


MADISON (WKOW) — Power companies are working to restore service to customers affected by outages during Sunday morning’s thunderstorms.

At the time of publication, about 1,000 people were in the dark in Dane County.

More than 500 people were without power in Sauk and Columbia Counties.

An additional 900 customers were without power in the area of Friendship and Adams.

To see a map of outages for Alliant Energy customers, click here.

To see a map of outages for Madison Gas and Electric, click here.

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