Power restored to nearly all Miami Valley residents after weekend winter storm

Approximately 45 Miami Valley residents remain without power after snow, sleet and ice storm came through our area. 

Thousands have been restored since crews began to work to get customer’s service back up since Saturday.

Check whio.com for updated power outage information from DP&L, Duke Energy and Ohio Edison.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Accumulating snow, ice with today’s winter storm

Power outages began to impact the Miami Valley as the winter storm came through. Darke, Miami, Mercer and Shelby counties had the greatest number of outages due to blizzard-like conditions, said Mary Ann Kabel, director of communications for Dayton Power & Light.

There were 31,000 DP&L customers that were without power throughout the storm. DP&L had a peak outage of 13,000 customers without power Saturday around 11 p.m., Kabel said.

“Our crews worked through the night in those dangerous conditions and were able to restore service to 9,000 of those customers,” said Kabel.

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As of 4:00 a.m. Monday, here are the latest power outage totals, according to online outage maps:


Montgomery County: 9

Greene County: 4

Miami County: 21

Preble County: 1

Duke Energy:

Butler County: 3

Ohio Edison: 

Clark County: Less than 5

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