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Power restored after Tuesday night storms left hundreds in the dark



Power is back on for almost all of Mid-Missouri Wednesday morning after thunderstorms and a coldfront caused power outages Tuesday night.

As of 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, a total of six residents in Mid-Missouri are still without power, according to the outage map from the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives.

There were 144 power outages reported in Camden County on Tuesday night, according to the outage map.

Of the 144 outages in Camden County, 141 were customers of Laclede Electric Cooperative. That cooperative also represented 32 of 33 outages reported in Pulaski County.

Thunderstorms and a coldfront entered the Mid-Missouri area on Tuesday night.

Around the area, Pettis County had 38 Ameren customers without power, while 37 Co-Mo Electric Cooperative customers in Cooper County experienced outages and Howard Electric Cooperative had 19 outages in Howard County.

About 63 Columbia Utility customers near Park Deville Place had an outage reported at 6:13 p.m., according to the Columbia Outage Map.

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