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Power Outages in Arlington After Storm

All storm warnings and watches have been cancelled in Arlington, but more than a thousand Dominion customers are without power.

A line of storms with strong, gusty winds made a mad dash across the county this afternoon, downing some trees and utility lines but not packing quite the punch that many feared.

As of 4:45 p.m., Dominion was reporting 1,327 customers without power in Arlington.

Among other reported road hazards, a utility pole was down on Carlin Springs Road just north of Columbia Pike, blocking the road and detouring bus routes. A number of other trees and lines were reported down in various parts of the county.

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