According to North Georgia EMC, 7,500 were without power in Catoosa and Walker counties after storms moved through the area Monday. Crews are working throughout the region to restore power, but there's no timetable yet for when utilities will be fully restored.
Poplar Springs Rd in Catoosa - Garrett family says tree fell on their home around 5am after a lot of hail and wind. No one was hurt. Their trying to make some repairs to the roof, but it's still raining.
Hulsey Road in Catoosa County - Trees have fallen on many of the power lines here. Power company has yet to arrive on the scene and the entire neighborhood is without power.
Residents on Keith Road are telling us, based on the damage, they think a tornado may have touched down in the neighborhood. We're headed there now to talk to the residents.
Update 12:30 p.m.
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Eyewitness News has crews across North Georgia and Southeast Tennessee, taking a look at the damage from the storms.
Reporter Callie Starnes (@CallieStarnes) and Photojournalist Adam Watts (@AdamWatts3) are in Catoosa County where a tree has fallen on a home.