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Thousands of northeastern Ohio remain without power after severe Saturday storms

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Thousands of FirstEnergy customers across northeastern Ohio are still unsuccessful on Sunday mornings after severe storms passed…

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Thousands of FirstEnergy customers across northeastern Ohio are still unsuccessful on Sunday mornings after severe storms passed through the area Saturday night.

From 10:00 on Sunday, approximately 6 700 customers had no power in the Cuyahoga County, according to the website FirstEnergy outages. In Lake County, approximately 3 400 customers had no power, and in Lorain County the number was about 1800.

The city of Cleveland had the majority of outbreaks in Cuyahoga County; More than 2,300 customers still experienced power outages on Sunday morning. More than 800 customers were without power in both Bay Village and North Olmsted.

The majority of outages in Lake County were in Mentor, with more than 2,000 customers without electricity. Nearby Mentor-on-the-Lake had about 350 reported Sunday incidents, and Eastlake had about 250.

In Lorain County, the cities of Lorain and Avon Lake had the most outages on Sunday; In Lorain there were a total of about 950, and Avon Lake had about 500.

While crews are still working to determine how serious damage to power lines was in different areas across the region, FirstEnergy says in their space as they hope to have the power fully restored to all affected customers no later than 1

6:00 Monday.

Few updates have arrived on Sunday mornings about shortcomings experienced by clients in Cleveland Public Power. From about 2 in the morning, the energy company said it still had crews working to restore the power of all affected people.

This post will be updated throughout the Sunday.

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