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Power out as storm strikes

ALARM clocks were redundant yesterday as a thunderstorm boomed across the Hunter, flooding homes and causing havoc with the region’s electricity network.
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DRENCHED: The wet scene for the Anzac service at Belmont Bowling Club.

Homes went without power, traffic lights went out and State Emergency Service volunteers were mobilised as the service received 72 calls in the Hunter.

Most of those calls were initially at Muswellbrook before the storm shifted slowly east through Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Dungog and Port Stephens.

Anzac ceremonies in these areas were either cancelled or moved.

Lightning, heavy rain and hail was reported with isolated cases of flash flooding.

By lunchtime the storm had cleared, but the SES was still responding to calls including 42 at Cooranbong alone.

Regional controller Ken Speer said most of the reports for help were for flooded or leaking homes as well as at least one instance of a person driving into deep water and getting stuck.

The SES also received calls to homes at Maitland, Singleton and the rest of the Lake Macquarie area.

The storm was also felt on the Central Coast before moving north to Belmont and Swansea.

An Ausgrid spokeswoman said about 5000 homes and businesses were without electricity at 9.30am.

She said Elermore Vale, Marmong Point, Muswellbrook and Wallsend were among the areas worst hit by blackouts.

Crews were patrolling those areas, she said, but expected some outages may take hours to fix.

By 9.30am a severe thunderstorm warning for Newcastle was cancelled, but a general warning remained for the region. The rain caused havoc on the roads.

An accident on the New England Highway at Rutherford affected both directions while traffic lights blacked out at Metford.

Lights at Belmont North and Charlestown on the Pacific Highway also blacked out and caused problems for motorists.

The bureau was forecasting a mostly fine day today with cloud increasing and patchy fog in the morning.

Temperatures were expected to reach low to mid 20s across the region. Tomorrow is expected to be partly cloudy with a chance of showers near the coast and temperature of 21.

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