As a line of severe storms moved out of the Greater Cincinnati area, more than 2,500 Duke Energy customers, and as many as 10,400 at one point, were still without power Wednesday night.
The outages have been concentrated in Felicity, Northgate, Fairfield, Edenton and Mt. Orab in Ohio.
Roughly 170 customers are currently without power in Northern Kentucky, mostly near Fort Mitchell and Walton. At one point Wednesday afternoon, more than 1,600 customers lost power after severe storms hit the area.
Power restoration times vary.
Stay informed on power outages on the @DukeEnergy outage maps. High winds and rain are moving through #OH #KY service area causing over 3700 outages. Stay safe and thank you for your patience while we get on these restorations. https://t.co/DGMv0vKEye— Sally Thelen (@DE_SallyT) June 10, 2020
At 8:30 p.m., more than 150,000 people across Ohio were without power due to severe storms, according to the state's emergency management office.
As of an 8:30 pm report, nearly 150,000 customers without power across Ohio from today’s severe storms.— Ohio_EMA (@Ohio_EMA) June 11, 2020
See when power in your neighborhood will be restored using the interactive map below.