WILMINGTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Warming centers are opening up overnight Tuesday in Wilmington, Ohio after power outages in this frigidly cold weather.
The Clinton County Emergency Management Agency says to centers will be open as long as the power is out.
There were more than 700 residents without power as of 10:00 pm Tuesday according to Dayton, Power and Light.
Two warming centers are available in the Wilmington area.
You can head to the Municipal Building at 69 North South Street or the fire station at 2415 Rombach Avenue.
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