Lots of rain, high winds, and lightning meant people without power and trees down.
WKU officials say they had four large trees blown over, three large limbs, and several smaller limbs.
Much of Scottsville road was without power, but one restaurant said they were prepared for it.
"It's one of those things you don't like to happen, but when it does, it's a good thing we were prepared for it. We lost some sales due to the fact there were no lights, but there were certain people who came in and still wanted some of our food, and it's kind of awesome they wanted to be at Chuy's that bad," said Chuy's Manager Dorian Almendarez.
They used their crash kits, which brought back some old school tactics.
"We brought out the calculator and did everything by hand manually. Our crash kit allows us to do the old credit card swiper, where you actually go back and forth and make an imprint of the card," said Almendarez
Not far down the road was the midnight premiere of the Dark Knight Rises at the mall theater.
The severe weather left some moviegoers questioning whether or not they would see the movie, because the theater was without power for awhile before the movie started.
"I about punched somebody. I said they better get this movie back on."
"We were afraid we weren't going to get to see it. I mean we're excited now, seeing all of these people in costumes, so I'm having a pretty good time."
The show went on without a problem.
However, the power outage problems ran rampant last night for BGMU, but they now have most people back with power.
Of the 12,000 who were without power, only about 100 were still without power this morning.