PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) UPDATE: 2/8/2018, 12:00 P.M.
As of Noon on Thursday, First Energy reports no customers without power in the MOV, while AEP Ohio reports 650 outages in the MOV.
As of Noon on Thursday, Mon Power and Potomac Edison (both owned by First Energy) in WV report 0 customers without power in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
As of Noon on Thursday, AEP Ohio reports around 650 customers without power in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
As of Noon on Thursday, Washington Electric Cooperative is now reporting 12 outages in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
UPDATE: 2/7/2018, 3:35 P.M.
As of 3:35 P.M. on Wednesday, Mon Power and Potomac Edison (both owned by First Energy) in WV reported around 900 customers without power in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
As of 3:35 P.M. on Wednesday, AEP Ohio reported around 1,200 customers without power in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
As of 3:35 P.M. on Wednesday, Washington Electric Cooperative reported around 600 outages in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
UPDATE: 02/07/2018 10 A.M.
About 2,000 AEP Ohio customers continue to be without power Wednesday morning as rain, ice and snow continues to fall across the region.
Following are outage numbers as of 9 a.m., according to the utility's website: Morgan County, 848; Noble, 473; Washington County, 269; Athens County, 254; and Meigs County, 96.
The Washington County outages are affecting an area to the south and west of the Veto Lake Wilderness area. The estimated restoration time is between 10 a.m. and 12;30 p.m.
In West Virginia, MonPower's outage website shows two outages in Wood County affecting about 50 customers. One is along a section of Wadesville Road, the other is in the Mineral Wells area between Riggs Run Road and Awesome Valley Drive.
Service is expected to be restored by 11 a.m.
Meanwhile, no injury accidents have been reported across the region because of the wintry mix of weather.
In Wood County, sheriff's deputies investigated a rollover crash on Ewing Ridge Road.
In Washington County, the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to a single-vehicle accident in which a car struck a fallen tree in the area of State Route 676 and Warren Chapel Road.
American Electric Power (AEP) Ohio is reporting 350 houses are without power this morning just outside of Cutler, Ohio.
Officials say this is weather related and there is no immediate timeline when power will be restored.
A-E-P Ohio’s website is also reporting just over 9,000 outages across the state.
Mon Power (First Energy) is also reporting outages to the east of Mineral Wells. There's no word on the cause or timeline for this outage.