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Local Weather Leaves Many Without Power

Heavy winds on April 2 caused several trees on campus to blow over or split, but cleanup is expected to be completed in the next day or so. 

The number of Delaware County customers still without power after Saturday wind storms was down to 623 by 7:20 a.m. Monday.

Power had been restored to customers in Blackford County, according to the Indiana Michigan Power website.

As of 4:30 p.m. Sunday, I&M was still listing midnight Monday as the latest that all power would be restored to everyone in Delaware County.

 

 

@BallState this tree by Lafollette needs fixed pic.twitter.com/m2vSLRA57O

— Micah G (@MicahG_) April 2, 2016

 

EARIER:

The National Weather Service’s forecast for Sunday includes a slight chance of thunderstorms with cloud-to-ground lightning 8 p.m.Sunday-2 a.m. Monday.

There were 5,864 customers without power in Delaware County at 9 p.m. Saturday, according to Indiana Michigan Power’s website. There were another 1,577 reported in Randolph County, 1,150 in Jay County and 668 in Blackford County.

 

I am just getting back from @BallState n Muncie & the wind just blew part of my neighbor’s tree down n the street. pic.twitter.com/RUATsZusnv

— RevCharles Harrison (@charlesharriso5) April 2, 2016

 

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