CINCINNATI - Several thousand people have lost power in the wake of the latest Tri-State severe weather Thursday morning.
As of 12:15 p.m, over 400 Duke Energy customers were without power. At one point, over 4,400 customers were without power.
To see current power outages visit http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio/outages/current.asp .
Storms have moved out of the area, but it appears the effects from that severe weather are still being seen.
In addition to watching for fallen trees and power lines as well as debris blowing into the roadway, drivers should also be aware of high water due to heavy rain and flooding. The threat of flooding continues to be the main concern across the region.
For the latest in weather visit http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/weather/forecast/todays_forecast/Your-Latest-Forecast .
Duke Energy asks anyone who loses power to call (800)543-5599.
Customers of Owen Electric are asked to call (800) 372-7612 to report an outage.
Report an outage with South Central Power Company by calling (877) 688-2437.
People are urged to stay away from downed trees and power lines and to treat intersections where lights are out as a four-way stops.
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