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Thousands of ComEd customers across northern Illinois were left without power Tuesday after a series of strong-to-severe thunderstorms rolled through the region.
According to the utility company, more than 20,000 of its customers are without power as of 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Of those, 6,858 are located in Cook County, with another 4,081 in Ogle County, according to the latest figures.
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Here are the numbers reported by the utility:
Cook County – 7,525
Ogle County – 3,690
DeKalb County – 2,065
Will County – 1,408
Winnebago County – 1,378
DuPage County – 849
Kankakee County - 677
Kane County – 604
Kendall County – 503
Lines of severe thunderstorms moved through the area Tuesday, packing wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour and frequent lightning.
Some thunderstorms are still possible through the late evening hours, but a severe thunderstorm watch for the region has been canceled.