Several residences in the Madison Avenue and West 21st Street area in Huntington lost power around 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Residents say they had been without power for about five days before getting it back on Wednesday.
They say it is very frustrating to deal with.
"It is aggravating. You buy all these groceries. You pay your bills. You pay the electric company to keep your power on, then boom a tree falls and knocks that out," said resident Debra Teschler.
Teschler said she was going to spend the evening with friends until the power returned.
Kanawha County officials and AEP say Kanawha County alone has roughly 30,000 customers without power as a result of the damage from Sunday's storms. Crews estimate it will now take until late Tuesday to restore power to all customers.
Kanawha County officials say they are receiving new calls about areas without power, after Sunday afternoon's round of storms. Officials say they are assessing the situation.
Authorities did receive new reports of additional power outages in the Pinch, Clendenin, Kanawha City, Dupont City, Loudendale, Fort Hill, and Malden areas.
AEP officials are reporting that approximately 21,000 customers are now without power in Kanawha County.
Traffic lights are out throughout Kanawha County. Officials are asking people to treat all traffic lights as four-way stops.
Dupont Middle School and Kanawha City Recreation Center both have lost power; both were operating as storm shelters. Kanawha City Recreation Center lost power in part of the building; the shelter will remain open, as they were able to move to another part of the building. Dupont Middle School did not lose total power; the shelter will remain open.
According to Kanawha County dispatchers, 911 is receiving reports of new power outages in the Pinch area, Clendenin, Kanawha City, Dupont City, Loudendale, Fort Hill and Malden areas.
Belle Volunteer Fire Department is moving a generator to the Dupont Middle School Shelter to restore power.
The Malden Communications Tower, which is the Eastern Communications Tower, lost power. The backup generator did not start-up.
Emergency Management and Radio Communications Officials are en-route to the Malden Tower to start the generator.
Damage has been reported with these severe thunderstorms with more power outages occurring.
Charleston Police say they have had around 100 calls of power outages and trees down.
Reports of downed trees, power lines, and power outages have been reported from Cabell county to Kanawha county.
According to dispatch, Montrose in South Charleston is just one area without power now.
The Storm Tracker 13 meteorologists say a cold front is moving across the area that will bring some relief behind this, but it will take some strong thunderstorms to accomplish.