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Throughout the morning and early afternoon on Dec. 30, much of Ohio has been hit with a Wind Advisory that has resulted with residents losing power.  It was due to expire at 1 p.m.

Those affected should still be on the lookout for “downed trees and power lines.”

From WKYC 3News Cleveland:

According to FirstEnergy, portions of North Central are seeing the highest concentration of outages within our viewing area, though parts of Northeast Ohio have also been affected.

As of 12:45 p.m., the biggest outages in our viewing area are as follows:

  • Ashland County: 1,625

  • Cuyahoga County: 7,559

  • Erie County: 568

  • Geauga County: 2,142

  • Lake County: 408

  • Lorain County: 541

  • Medina County: 988

  • Portage County: 768

  • Richland County: 1,061

  • Stark County: 549

  • Summit County: 735

For Cleveland Public Power customers, most of them have gotten their power back around 1 p.m.

As for FirstEnergy customers, click here to see which areas remain without power.


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Article Courtesy of WKYC 3News Cleveland

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