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Storms leave thousands without power

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Severe storms that rolled through the Tri-state on Tuesday left thousands of people without power.

As of 11:05 p.m., Duke Energy was reporting more than 3,700 customers are without power, with the majority of those being in Butler, Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties.

A severe thunderstorm watch that was in effect for the majority of the Tri-State has been canceled.

These storms produced heavy rain, lightning and high winds. Some wind gusts were reported at over 50 miles per hour, knocking down trees and power lines. There are also reports of minor flooding in Blue Ash, Sharonville, Maysville and Clermont County. The FOX19 Weather Team says more storms are possible later Tuesday afternoon, but the worst is likely over.

Temperatures will remain in the low 90's and humid.

Stay up to date on the FOX19 weather page.

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