Power has been restored for most people this morning after severe storms knocked out power to about 5,600 Dayton Power & Light customers overnight.
A line of severe weather moved through parts of the Miami Valley Thursday night and brought damaging winds and hail to some parts of the area.
Thunderstorm warnings were issued for several counties during the height of the storm, but were cancelled around 7:15 p.m.
Montgomery County Sheriff's deputies have gotten reports of damage in several areas including trees and power lines down. Most of the power outages were in Montgomery and Greene counties.
As of 9:30 p.m., just fewer than 1,000 customers were without power.
Wind gusts of up to 45 mph were reported with these storms.
A cold front will move in along with the storms bringing cooler temperatures the rest of the week. Temperatures in the 50's are in the forecast for Friday and Saturday. Temperatures are not expected to reach 60 degrees until Sunday.
Temperatures are expected to rise back up to near 70 degrees on Monday.