GAHANNA, Ohio –By 8:00 p.m. today, AEP Ohio had restored power to
approximately 42 percent of the 660,000 customers affected by the
catastrophic storms that moved through the state June 29 and the
additional 20,000 outaged by Sunday evening's storm.
Meteorologists continue to show the threat of possible thunderstorms
through the end of the week. Temperatures are forecasted to remain in the
mid-90s throughout this period.
Approximately 384,000 customers were without power at 8:00 p.m. today.
https://aepohio.com/outages/details.aspx?stormName=June 29, 2012, Severe
https://aepohio.com/outages/details.aspx?stormName=June 29, 2012, Severe Summer Storms
Western Ohio Area
Bucyrus:Midnight July 3
Findlay:Midnight July 7
Kenton: 90 percent complete 100 percent by Midnight July 4
Lima:Midnight July 4
Ottawa:Midnight July 7
Upper Sandusky: Midnight July 4
Van Wert:Midnight July 7
Here is a link to Dayton Power and Light- this shows a map of the outages as of 12:01 Tuesday
Midwest Electric posted this on Facebook.
At 6pm Monday we're down to 300 members out and aim to have nearly all back on by 10pm tonight!
The bulk are rural Van Wert/Venedocia/Elgin.
There may be a handful of individual outages after tonight, particularly where the member has to repair their own equipment before we can energize it (ie, ripped masthead, broken meter pole, etc).
Thank you very much for your patience and understanding
As 11:00 they told us that all customers on their grid had been fully restored.
Here's there site...