Overnight storms have left a trail of damage across South Australia, brining down trees and powerlines.
Around 26,000 customers have been in the dark this morning with weather causing interruptions to electricity and trees have taken down power lines.
Those affected include the greater Adelaide region including McLaren Vale, Cherry Gardens, Clarendon, Kangarilla, Crafers and Poltalloch.
SA Power Networks crews say they are working to restore electricity as soon as possible.
State Emergency Service (SES) Crews have been responding to around 150 incidents, mostly trees down across metro and greater Adelaide.
They have been clearing trees down at Kuitpo, Sedan, Karoonda, Nurrung, Strathalbyn, Mt Barker and Crafers West.
Motorists are advised to take care on the roads.
For SASES emergency assistance call, 132 500. For life-threatening emergencies call 000.