It’s windy out there, and those winds are wreaking havoc with electricity in the area. According to Toledo Edison, more than 1,500 customers lost power in the six-county area.
The power company is reporting this morning that it was the high winds, which caused limbs to fall on lines, that brought about most of the problems.
As of early yesterday afternoon, more than 260 customers were in the dark in Defiance County, almost 500 in Williams County, more than 650 in Fulton County, and more than 150 in Henry County.
According to power company reps, a tree went down on a major line, causing widespread outages. Scattered outages may still remain, however, most customers should have their power back by now. If you still have no power, you should call your utility company to report it.