Power close to restored in Ohio, over 1,000 remain in dark

Violent storms rolled through Ohio on June 29, cutting off power for hundreds of thousands.

Power companies working around the clock in Ohio report minimal outages remaining on Tuesday, 11 days after the first of several severe storms rolled through the state and left hundreds of thousands without power.

AEP Ohio reported Tuesday morning it had completed restoration of power to 99.8 percent of the customers able to accept service affected by the June 29 storms. There are approximately 1,000 customers that remain without power today as a result of the storms.

Power in Lucas County has been restored as of 11 p.m. on Monday evening. To view current outages by county, view AEP's online outage map.

Toledo Edison's outage map shows 19 customers are still affected in Lucas County and a little more than 200 throughout the state on Tuesday. To view current outages by county, view FirstEnergy's Storm Center.