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JUST IN: Fallen Trees, Power Outages Reported in McLean

As a storm moves through the area, some residents in McLean are impacted by fallen trees and power outages.

A preliminary local storm report from the National Weather Service says that there is a “tree down with power lines down on Spring Vale Avenue.” ABC 7 meteorologist Alex Liggitt tweeted that trees are down in McLean.

Another NWS report says wind damage was reported in Tysons.

The Dominion Energy map shows two power outages currently in McLean as of 4:50 p.m. today (May 2) — one affecting 30 customers by the Old Dominion School Site Park and another one affecting 61 customers in between Scott’s Run Nature Preserve and I-495.

Dominion expects that power will be restored later tonight for both outages — between 7-10 p.m. for the Old Dominion area and between 8-11 p.m. for the one by the American Legion Bridge.

First map via Google Maps and second map via Dominion Energy

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