UPDATE: Over 250 without power after 23,000 affected during wind advisory

UPDATE @ 7:35 a.m.:

The number of outages in the Miami Valley climbed to 277 Monday, according to the DP&L outage map.

The largest outage area is reported in Clinton County affecting 146 customers.

UPDATE @ 1:40 a.m. (Oct. 22)

Only 200 customers are left without power in the area after thousands were affected by Saturday’s Wind Advisory, according to the DP&L outage site.

The outages are being reported in multiple counties throughout the Miami Valley, with Montgomery County having the most affected customers with 67 residents.

UPDATE @ 8:00 p.m.:

There are now only 409 DP&L customers without power in the area.

UPDATE @ 5:00 p.m.:

Approximately 859 DP&L customers are without power in the area, and roughly 600 customers have been restored.

UPDATE @ 11:55 a.m.:

Approximately 1,500 DP&L customers are without power in the area.


Approximately 23,000 DP&L customers were without power at some time during the wind advisory across the Miami Valley Saturday.

DP&L crews made a considerable amount of progress in restoring customers throughout the night and currently have over 2,000 customers without power, said Director of Communications for DP&L Mary Ann Kabel.

Projected wind gusts reached up to 40 mph Saturday night, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs.

The strong winds caused a lot of trees to fall on power lines, causing the outages, said Kabel.

Maintenance crews must first remove the trees safely before DP&L can work to restore power, Kabel said.

DP&L had extra crews and dispatch working Saturday and into Sunday. A fresh crew is working to restore the remaining outages.

Kabel said there is a high probability that most of the outages will be repaired Sunday.

There are no excessive outages in one concentrated location, but there are numerous small pockets of outages.

Customers can visit dpandl.com/outage for outage tips.

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Posted by Dayton Power & Light - DP&L on Sunday, October 21, 2018