Thousands woke up without power across Northeast Ohio due to severe weather

Most of them in our southern viewing area
Power Outages
Posted at 6:34 AM, Feb 25, 2022
and last updated 2022-02-25 07:37:51-05

CLEVELAND — FirstEnergy is reporting thousands of power outages across Northeast Ohio after an overnight winter storm brought ice and snow to the area.

There are over 15,000 power outages as of 7:30 a.m., mainly in our southern viewing area.

  • Ashland—2,523
  • Ashtabula—77
  • Cuyahoga—126
  • Columbiana—945
  • Geauga—94
  • Portage—9,020
  • Richland—813
  • Summit—1,823
  • Trumbull—410
  • Wayne—341

FirstEnergy said "severe weather is causing power outages. Estimated restoration time will be provided when available."

The outages in each county are changing as crews make repairs. Click here for full list.

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