Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) reported about 3,000 residences were without power due to the storms that hit late Wednesday, June 19 and early Thursday, June 20.
The National Weather Service (NWS) reported the storm brought damaging winds that reached up to 60 mph and hail. There was not a tornado.
At 3:10 a.m., the NWS reported "several trees down and cars damaged near Batesville Casket Company on Highway 55 along with nickel size hail."
Downed power lines briefly shut down Ragsdale Road around 1 a.m. between New Hope Road and Wiser Road, according to the Coffee County Highway Department.
The Coffee County Highway Department reported other heavily affected areas are Asbury, Old Woodbury and New Union.
According to DREMC, "A strong storm with straight line winds passed through Coffee County Wednesday night causing outages affecting approximately 3500 members in the northeast part of the county. At least seven poles were broken and several other areas of lighter damage occurred."
Pole replacements extended outages for several hours.
"DREMC appreciates the patience and cooperation of our members and the assistance of first responders as many lines were in roadways after the storm," according to the statement.
As of Thursday at 8:30 a.m., power has been restored to most of the affected areas.
If you have any storm photos you would like to submit to the Manchester Times, email our editor at CWatts@ManchesterTimes.com. Our reporters are surveying the damage as well.