The number of Allen County residents without power continued to climb Sunday, reaching more than 7,700 by 6 p.m., after storms swept through the area.
Wells and DeKalb counties each reported less than 450 customers without power, according to Indiana Michigan Power.
Allen County saw about an inch of rain Sunday afternoon, with most of the precipitation in the northeast parts of the county, according to Nathan Marsili, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Syracuse.
Fort Wayne Sheriff's Department spokesman Jeremy Tinkel said there were several minor vehicle accidents throughout the city early Sunday evening, but none resulted in injuries.
Officers responded to a call about power lines down in the 7800 block of Yoder Road, where a barn blew over. No one was injured, Tinkel said.
"Debris was everywhere in the roadway and we had several power lines down out there," he said.
City firefighters were called out for several downed power lines, but none resulted in fires, Fort Wayne Police Department spokeswoman Stacey Fleming said.
Fleming said crews responded to one call about a possible structure fire, but firefighters, finding nothing, cleared the area a short time later.
A high wind warning remains in effect until midnight for Allen County, according to the national weather service.