About 23-hundred Kenergy electric cooperative customers in western Kentucky are without power tonight after a storm passed through.
Police say severe weather tonight brought down trees and power lines and damaged barns in western Kentucky. Roads were also reported covered with water in some areas.
Kenergy electric cooperative says 45-hundred customers lost power. But nearly half have been restored, with most of the remaining outages in Daviess County.
State police dispatcher Shari Clapp says weather spotters in Livingston County reported three unconfirmed sightings of tornadoes near the Ohio River.
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