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Overnight Storms Cause Damage, Power Outages In OKC Metro

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Several viewers called News 9 Wednesday morning to report damage in the area of Madison Street and Rhode Island Avenue in Oklahoma City. Several viewers called News 9 Wednesday morning to report damage in the area of Madison Street and Rhode Island Avenue in Oklahoma City.
A News 9 crew responded and reported seeing several snapped trees in the neighborhood A News 9 crew responded and reported seeing several snapped trees in the neighborhood
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Overnight storms caused damage and power outages across the Oklahoma City metro area.

Several viewers called News 9 Wednesday morning to report damage in the area of Madison Street and Rhode Island Avenue in Oklahoma City.

A News 9 crew responded and reported seeing several snapped trees in the neighborhood. Some have fallen on top of residents' vehicles and homes.

As of 8:30 a.m., 2,502 OG&E customers are still without power, including 1,432 in Oklahoma City and 154 in Del City. Crews are working to restore power to those areas affected.

Check power outage update here.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the Department of Public Safety office will be closed all day Wednesday due to a lightning strike. 

In Norman, the northbound I-35 on-ramps from SH-9 East and Lindsey St. will remain closed into the early afternoon due to high water and heavy rainfall overnight, according to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT.)

News 9 Traffic Map

Construction crews continue to pump water out of the area and are working to install an additional temporary drain. An update will be sent out as conditions change.

News 9 and News9.com will keep you updated as more information becomes available. 

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