Another day of record heat gave way to severe storms across Central Georgia that produced hail up to golf-ball size.
Monroe County EMA Director Matt Perry says they have several reports of downed power lines, fallen trees and isolated flooding. He says there is some standing water on Interstate 75.
He says trees and power lines are down on Roger's Church Road and Box Ankle Road at Johnsonville Road is down to one lane due to a fallen tree.
Perry says man driving down Maynards Mill Rd. a half mile south of Shi Road, ran into a fallen tree. The driver was able to get out on his own. An ambulance took him to the Medical Center for minor injuries.
Lt. Shane Cook, the public information officer for the Monroe County Fire Department, says they had a firetruck suffer moderate damage after it had an encounter with a fallen tree. Cook says they're unsure if the tree fell as the volunteer fighter was responding to call, or if it was already in the road and he didn't see it.
Cook says they took the volunteer to the hospital as a precaution, but he no serious injuries.
Authorities in Crawford County say a house caught fire on Marshmill Road, but it's all cleared up. The home owner, Daniel Furman, who is a volunteer firefighter for the county, told 13WMAZ lightning struck the gas line to his home which started the fire.
Crawford officials did not say if lightning was the cause, but did say they had a lot of severe weather in the area.
Mark Williams with Georgia Power says about 21 customers in Macon and 28 in Milledgeville are still without power around 6 a.m. Monday.
Peach County Emergency Management Agency says power lines are down near Highway 49 and on Smith Road.
EMA In Baldwin County reported a tree down on 3rd Street.
Georgia Power says they're working to restore power in the affected areas. You can call 1-888-891-0938 to get an estimate of when power will be restored in your neighborhood.
Macon's official high temperature was 108 degrees for the second straight day. It's a record for July 1, breaking the old record of 103 set in 1954.
It also ties the record for Macon's hottest day for as long as official weather records have been kept. That record was also tied on Saturday.