UPDATE: As of 10 p.m., most Bryan Texas Utilities customers had power restored.

According to BTU's website, 16 customers were still without power. No outages were reported in College Station


UPDATE: As of 8 p.m., 431 customers were without power in Bryan, while all customers in College Station had been restored.

Among the areas still out in Bryan included 270 customers near William J. Bryan Parkway and Texas 6 and about 125 customers near Raymond Stozer Parkway. All outages had crews dispatched, the BTU website showed.


Thousands in Bryan-College Station were without power Tuesday afternoon after storms blew through the area.

According to Bryan Texas Utilities' website, 4,624 customers were without power. In College Station, 83 were without power.

In Bryan, most of the outages were concentrated in North Bryan, with Coulter Field and portions of Texas 21,  North Texas Road, Tabor Road, Old Hearne Road and Wixon Valley without power.

No estimated time of restoration was available.

Brazos County was placed under a severe thunderstorm warning until 4:45 p.m. after a storm moved into the area.

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