More than 2,800 Duke Energy customers were still without power Monday evening as storms rolled through Greater Cincinnati. At one point, over 8,000 customers lost power during the storms.
Most of the outages are concentrated in Winton Hills, Paddock Hills, Bond Hill and Roselawn in Cincinnati. Cincinnati police said lightning had knocked out power to traffic signals at several intersections, including Montgomery and Ridge Roads and the northbound I-71 exit to Duck Creek and Dana Avenue.
Numerous traffic signals are being reported out due to power failures - treat all lights out as a 4-Way Stop Sign! pic.twitter.com/VvtgDnNWOW— Cincinnati Police Department (@CincyPD) July 6, 2020
Milford and Mulberry also saw widespread outages Monday night.
In Northern Kentucky, there were over 750 outages reported, mainly in Crittenden.
Use the map below to check outages and restoration times for your neighborhood.
WCPO will update this story.