Power was restored to the area after a line of severe storms prompted tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings Saturday morning, causing significant damage in Christian County and some damage in Trigg and Caldwell counties, officials said.
In Caldwell County, according to Judge-Executive Larry Curling, some damage was reported in the southern portion of the county.
"We had several trees down along with power lines and some structures in the parts of the county near the Christian County and Trigg County line," Curling said.
Electricity was out for most of Hopkinsville on Saturday morning after storms moved through between 6 and 8 a.m., but was restored Sunday.
Pennyrile Electric spokesman Brent Gilkey told WKDZ radio there were more than 13,000 customers without power at the peak of the storm, with scattered outages.
He adds the main outages affected the Cadiz substation.
Emergency management also reports that while there were several homes reporting roof damage there have been no reported injuries.
(The Times Leader contributed to this story.)