Strong Storms Rattle Houston and Geneva Counties
Ken Curtis / Mike Gurspan / Sean Sporman
Severe weather packed a punch as it swept across the Wiregrass on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015.
In East Dothan, power was knocked out when limbs and small trees fell on utility lines.
The city's utilities crew worked on the campus of the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine.
That, after heavy rains and gusty winds were generated by a severe thunderstorm that struck right after lunch.
Crews battled the elements as they worked to restore power to residents of The Circle City.
But, before the rain and wind reached Dothan yesterday, the storms prompted Severe Thunderstorm Warnings to our west, for places like Geneva County.
News Four received several calls from viewers concerning extremely strong winds with downed trees and power lines from Samson to Coffee Springs in Geneva County.
Downed lines were also reported in Enterprise.
There was also small, marble-sized hail.
Fortunately, we have not gotten any reports of injuries or major property damage.
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