More than 14000 customers in West Virginia without electricity after storms

More than 14,000 Appalachian Power customers are without service Wednesday after a series of storms moved through overnight. (MGN Online)

More than 14,000 Appalachian Power customers in West Virginia were without service Wednesday after a series of storms moved through overnight.

Most of the customers – more than 11,600 – are in Jackson County, according to a county-by-county breakdown on the power company’s website as of about 11:40 a.m. The estimated time for service to be restored in Jackson County was about 3 p.m.

Other counties with outages include Mason, nearly 700 customers, Kanawha, more than 540 customers; Lincoln, more than 770 customers; Cabell, more than 160 customers; and Nicholas, about 115 customers.

For the latest outage numbers, click here.

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