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20,000 residents still without power after Sunday's storm, with half of those living in Summit and Cuyahoga counties

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Posted at 12:42 PM, Nov 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-17 12:42:17-05

CLEVELAND — After severe weather on Sunday brought widespread damage to Northeast Ohio, thousands of residents are still left in the dark.

According to an updated map from FirstEnergy, more than 20,000 customers are still without power, a drop from the original 100,000 customers without power.

The majority of those outages are in Cuyahoga and Summit counties where outages exceed 5,000.

Other counties with more than 1,000 power outages include Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Portage counties.

In Cuyahoga County, the majority of cities will see power restored by 11 p.m. Wednesday, with some not seeing power until Thursday at 4 p.m.

Cities in Cuyahoga County experiencing power outages include:

  • Bay Village: 110
  • Berea: 230
  • Cleveland: 1,250
  • Cleveland Heights: 410
  • East Cleveland: 294
  • Fairview Park: 157
  • Chagrin Falls: 306
  • Lakewood: 232
  • North Olmsted: 188
  • North Royalton: 123
  • Parma: 195
  • Parma Heights: 184
  • Shaker Heights: 133
  • Seven Hills: 87

In Summit County, the cities with the most power outages include:

  • Akron: 2,323
  • Bath Township: 279
  • Copley Township: 465
  • Coventry Township: 236
  • Cuyahoga Falls: 136
  • Lakemore: 341
  • Stow: 427

In Summit County, the estimated time of restoration is Thursday.

If your city isn't listed click here to view current power outages.

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