Power restored across area following Saturday’s storms, high winds

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UPDATE @ 10:20 p.m. (Nov. 19): 

No significant outages are currently reported across the three main electric providers in the area.

UPDATE @ 1:25 p.m. (Nov. 19): 

Hundreds remain without power across the region after high winds and storms rolled through the area Saturday.

RELATED: Saturday’s heavy rain brings flooding, high water

These are the latest outages from regional electric providers at 1:25 p.m.

DP&L: 

Montgomery: 189

Shelby: 27

Greene: 19

Miami: 11

Darke: 10

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Duke Energy: 

Warren: 215

Butler: 198

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No significant outages are reported by Ohio Edison in Clark and Champaign counties.

FIRST REPORT (Nov. 18)

Strong storms and gale force winds Saturday knocked out power in parts of the region.

Darke County had the most power failures reported, with 600 at one point, according to the Dayton Power and Light online outage map.

There were hundreds of power outages across Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Preble, Shelby and Warren counties, with about 600 as of 12:07 a.m., the DP&L map showed. Of those, only 12 were in Darke County.

>> Severe thunderstorm watch, wind, flood advisories in effect

Duke Energy also had dozens of isolated outages reported in Butler and Warren counties.

Ohio Edison reported nearly 100 power losses in Clark County.

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