UPDATED--Storms roll through NW Ohio, SE Michigan

Monday night's storm rolled through quickly, leaving branches, power outages and accidents in its wake. News 11's MobileTrack 11 tracked the storm where it happened as reporters fanned out across the area to give you the latest.


UPDATE--The tornado warning issued for Lucas County and the northwest part of Ottawa County expired around 3:30 p.m.

If you're in areas where tornado warnings have been issued, always remember to:

During the storm, News 11's Operations Manager Ryan Vetter took to the road in MobileTrack 11. WTOL.com streamed his reports live.

Reported storm damage

Toledo Edison is reporting about 502,000 customers are without power.

News 11 has learned there has been a rollover accident on I-75 south of Toledo at Mile Marker 189. Wind damage has been reported in Lenawee County in the form of 8- to 10-in. tree limbs that have broken off. Perrysburg Township Police are handling an injury accident on Rte. 20 and Lime City Rd.

Lines are down on Rte. 6 at Wapokaneta Rd. On County Rd. A in Fulton County, there is a pole down. In Perrysburg at Louisiana and Fifth there are trees down. At Collingwood and Dorr there is an accident. Trees are reported down at Five Point and Rte. 25 in Perrysburg Township.

There are reports of scattered power outages. At least 1,500 lightning strikes have been reported.

The Holloway Rd./Airport Highway intersection has blinking lights indicating there was a power shortage.

Heavy rain is also to the south in Bowling Green and Putnam County.

The Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic was postponed due to rain. There are concerns that 10 Mile Creek will flood.

Earlier, there were tornado warnings issued for Defiance and Paulding counties. At this time, we've not heard any reports of damage in those areas.

Get more weather details on our weather page.