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Ohio Power Outage Map, Update as Tornado Causes Blackouts Across U.S.

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Ohio residents are facing thousands of power outages following severe storms on Thursday night. More than 46,000 energy customers in Ohio are currently without power, according to Power Outage U.S.

Late on Thursday night, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Cleveland said that a High Wind Warning would be in place into Friday morning. The NWS warned that potentially damaging wind gusts of up to 60 mph would be likely for several hours, which could result in downed trees and power lines.

Thousands of AES Ohio customers are without power following Thursday night’s storm.
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There are 14,948 AES Ohio customers without power. According to Power Outage US, the most affected counties are Clinton with 3,380, Greene with 4,630, and Montgomery with 4,544.

On Thursday, AES Ohio said: “High winds can cause trees and branches to fall on power lines. NEVER go near a downed line. Assume it is live and report it to us at http://aes-ohio.com/outages. If there is an emergency, such as a fire, call 911.”

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