CINCINNATI - Many Duke Energy customers in the Tri-State have lost power as strong storms continue to roll through the region Tuesday evening.
At one point, more than 11,300 Duke Energy customers were in the dark with the majority living in Clermont and Warren counties.
9 On Your Side received several reports of weather-related damages in the Tri-State after Tuesday's storms. There were reports of telephone poles down in Goshen and downed trees and power lines in other parts of Clermont County.
The entire Tri-State remains was under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for most of Tuesday. The National Weather Service reports all severe weather watches and warnings have expired.
To view the current power outage report on Duke Energy's website visit http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio/outages/current.asp .
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