Strong and severe storms plagued most of our listening area early this morning. The pattern brought in scattered damaging wind gusts up to 70 mph.
As a result, we even had some area schools that have delayed because of the storms.
There are a number of power outages as well. If you are without power, please make sure you report outages to your utility company. Outages should not be called into 9-1-1...as always 9-1-1 is for emergencies.
The storms have also caused many road hazards throughout the area, specifically we have one report of a barn that fell down in the road at 200 North just west of 475 East in Steuben County.
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