CINCINNATI — Thousands of people were without power Wednesday night after severe weather hit the Tri-State.
Following a tornado warning and multiple severe thunderstorms, Duke Energy reported outages impacting more than 3,000 people in Northern Kentucky Wednesday night. Around 1,000 people in the Fort Mitchell area were without power. Another 1,000 people near Taylor Mill were dealing with outages, as well as around 1,000 people in Florence.
The National Weather Service said a suspected tornado was confirmed on the ground along the county lines of Brown and Highland counties.
As of Thursday morning, around 1,000 people in the Tri-State still don't have power.
Still around 1,000 households without power across the Tri-State this morning after last night's storms. Good news for today is that we have sunshine on the way for your afternoon!#OHwx #NKYwx #INwx #WCPO @WCPO #CincyWX pic.twitter.com/Vq8qgvjzmc
— Brandon Spinner WCPO (@wxSpinner89) June 9, 2022
There are still more than 500 outages in Hamilton County, according to Duke Energy's outage map. There are more than 200 in Northern Kentucky. To report an outage, click here.
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