(UPDATED 5:30 p.m.) Crews Repairing Lightning Damage in Leschi

Seattle City Light crews continue to repair damage from overnight lightning strikes.

Seattle City Light crews expected to complete repairs to damage from overnight lightning strikes in the Leschi neighborhood about 6 p.m. Friday.

About 190 customers were initially without power in the Leschi neighborhood, where lightning was suspected as the cause of damage to overhead lines in one spot and an adjacent underground cable.

An overhead repair crew was working to replace a broken utility pole, replace downed wires and replace a damaged transformer affecting the 80 customers. Service was expected to be restored by 6 p.m.

An underground crew completed repairs to a damaged cable, restoring service for 110 customers about 10 a.m.

The general boundaries of the Leschi outage were E Jefferson Street on the North, S Washington Street on the South, Lake Washington on the East and 30th Avenue on the West.

About 40 customers were without power in the Sacajawea neighborhood. A repair crew replaced a damaged transformer and restored service about 8:30 a.m. The general boundaries of the outage were NE 103rd Street on the North, NE 100th Street on the South, 15th Avenue NE on the East and Roosevelt Way NE on the West.