Power outages remain throughout region after Tuesday storms

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Power has been restored to thousands who were in the dark Tuesday evening after severe storms hit the area, but outages remain.  As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, the following outage numbers were reported:

  • Miami: 500
  • Darke: 351
  • Greene: 233
  • Clinton: 123
  • Logan: 89
  • Shelby: 70
  • Montgomery: 31
  • Clark 8

Ohio Edison

  • Clark: 235

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UPDATE @3:30 a.m.

DP&L: 1,276 outages

  • Montgomery: 175
  • Greene: 145
  • Clark: 166

Ohio Edison

  • Clark: 398
  • Greene: 64

Duke Energy

  • Butler: 53
  • Warren: 37

UPDATE @ 11:59 p.m.: The latest word on reported power outages in the region after Tuesday's heavy rain and storms:

DP&L - 1,360 (197 in Clark; 138 in Greene; 193 in Montgomery; 76 in Preble)

Duke - 294 (104 in Warren; 190 in Butler)

First Energy - 163 (99 in Clark; 64 in Greene)

UPDATE @ 8:20 p.m.: 

The latest is that there are 3,390 reported power outages in the region:

DP&L - 2,907 (including 430 in Montgomery, 626 in Logan and 690 in Greene counties)

Duke Energy - 212 across Warren County, north and east of Middletown

First Energy - 207 in Clark; 64 in Greene

UPDATE @ 5:29 p.m.: 

Now more than 2,800 are reported to be without power in region:

DP&L - 2,268 in Montgomery (1,268 in Greene; 557 in Champaign

Duke Energy - 244 north and east of Middletown; 131 southwest of Franklin

First Energy - 299 in Clark ; 64 Greene

>> Storms could bring heavy downpours, damaging winds, flash flooding

INITIAL REPORT (April 3)

Thousands of Dayton Power & Light customers are without power this morning as storms move through the area.

As of 7:20 a.m., nearly 4,000 DP&L customers are without power in the Centerville area. Customers lost power just before 7 a.m., and power is expected to be restored around 8 a.m.

Northeast of Farmersville, about 70 customers are without power, and about 120 are without power near Park Layne in Clark County.

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