Part of an aging oak tree came down on Taylor Street during the late Thursday afternoon storm, knocking down a power line. Another tree came down across Madison Street, also knocking down a power line. There were other reports of trees down, all with isolated power outages. 

A strong thunderstorm downed trees and knocked out power throughout the Crossroads on Thursday afternoon.

The system rolled into the area shortly before 5 p.m. and included mostly rain and at least one large wind gust that resulted in damage in the city and county.

The storm knocked trees and limbs to the ground on Taylor Street near Fifth Street, North Polk Street, Gloster Street and Madison Street in downtown Corinth. A roof was reported as blowing off a Scale Street home.

There were also isolated power outages in Corinth.

In the county, several large trees were uprooted near the Exxon on Farmington Road and power outages were reported in the area. Part of a metal roof on a home along Farmington Road was also blown to the ground.

Crews with ACE Power were working to restore the power in the Farmington and Central school area until at least 7 p.m.

While no watch or warning was issued, the National Weather Services did release a special statement ahead of the thunderstorm. The radar indicated wind gusts of up to 50 mph.

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