Power restored to many after strong storms

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Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini has what you need to know about your Monday forecast.

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UPDATE @ 4:50 a.m.

Power has been restored to many but outages still remain for hundreds of people after storms and heavy rains pounded Southwest Ohio and the Miami Valley.

Duke Energy

31: Warren County

3: Butler County

DP&L

41: Montgomery County

81: Greene County

UPDATE @ 7:50 a.m.

Power has been restored to most of Butler County, but outages remain in Warren and Clark counties.

Duke Energy reports only 18 customers are without power in Butler County, down from the height of the outage where over 2,600 customers were in the dark.

Duke Energy reports 1,665 customers are without power in Warren County at 7:50 a.m., with an estimated restoration time around 11 a.m.

An Ohio Edison outage map still reports 505 customers are without power in Clark County.

No significant outages have been reported in the DP&L coverage area.

FIRST REPORT

Significant power outages have been reported in Butler, Warren, and Clark counties after morning storms moved through the area.

At 7:25 a.m. Duke Energy reports 2,682 customers in Butler County are without power.

In Warren County 1,663 cusomters were reported without electrical service at 7:25 a.m.

In Clark County, an Ohio Edison online outage map reported 505 customers were without power at 7:40 a.m.

No significant outages have been reported in the DP&L coverage area.

According to a Duke Energy outage map, electricity is expected to be restored to Butler and Warren counties by 11 a.m.

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