Over 9,000 households in Greater Cincinnati are still without power Saturday morning, according to Duke Energy's online power outage map.
As of 11:27 a.m., 9,316 customers in Ohio and Northern Kentucky are without power.
Warren County is experiencing the biggest outage, with 3,455 customers without power.
A message on the company's power outage map says that weather Saturday morning hindered the restoration of power lines that were damaged in Friday night's storms.
Several tornado warnings and flash flood watches were issued across the Tristate area Friday night. The tornado warnings have expired but some places will see repeated rainfall and could have totals of two to four inches of rain overnight.
The National Weather Service said a tornado-producing storm was located near Middletown, moving southeast at 30 mph.
Radar indicated a tornado touched down in Mercer County, according to the Dayton Daily News.
“A confirmed large and extremely dangerous tornado was located over Fort Recovery, moving east at 30 mph,” the National Weather Service in Wilmington reported.
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