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Your guide to northwest Ohio/southeast Michigan outages

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Warmer weather is here, which means dangerous conditions could develop, and cause power outages. Here is a list of area utility power outage maps:

First Energy covers most of Metro Toledo and areas to the east. The First Energy map also shows coverage going west to Defiance.

American Electric Power covers the south portion of Defiance, south to Van Wert, and East into Crawford County.

Consumers Energy covers southern Monroe County (including Bedford Township), Western Monroe County, and most of Lenawee County, and all of Hillsdale county.

DTE Energy/Detroit Edison covers the eastern two-thirds of Monroe County, including the City of Monroe.

Some Ohio cities in our coverage area have municipal utilities that are not covered by the above four utilities. They are Defiance, Napoleon, Bowling Green, and Clyde.  

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