As of 4 p.m. today, about AEP 54,000 customers remain without power across the company's Ohio and West Virginia service territory. In Seneca County, 3,097 AEP customers remain without power.
The following are estimated times for 90 percent restoration:
Fremont 10 p.m. Saturday
Bucyrus 10 p.m. Saturday
Willard 10 p.m. Saturday
Tiffin 10 p.m. Saturday
Findlay 3 p.m. Friday
Lima and Kenton 10 p.m. today (100 percent restored)
As of 8 a.m. today, Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative has restored power to 3,064 of the 3,278 member/owners who lost power due to damaged lines and equipment from severe storms that tore through northwest Ohio Wednesday afternoon.
Staff and volunteers for the American Red Cross northwest Ohio region are assessing damage and providing assistance to people affected by the severe thunderstorms Wednesday that brought strong winds, heavy rain and flooding. The Red Cross of Northwest Ohio is opening a cooling station at McPherson Middle School, at 4230 Limerick Road, Clyde, for those in need.
Anyone who has lost power can stop by Tiffin Community YMCA or Bodyworks for a quick shower or to charge a cell phone or other small electronic device free of charge. People are encouraged to bring shower supplies.
Java House is offering free coffee and the chance to recharge phones and devices for those without power.