AUSTIN (KXAN) - About 2,700 Austin Energy customers lost power just after 4 p.m. Friday in North Austin as a line of thundershowers moved through the area. Most customers had power restored by around 6.
The Windsor Hills neighborhood is mainly affected in the area east of Interstate 35 and north of East Rundberg Lane.
Austin Energy crews are assessing the damage.
KXAN Chief Forecaster Jim Spencer said the area was placed under a thunderstorm watch with the possibility of dangerous winds int- the evening. The watch had been lifted by 6:15 except in some of the eastern counties in the viewing area.
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