CLEVELAND — Thousands of residents are without power Wednesday after spring snow arrived overnight.
There are over 30,000 residents without power across the area.
The power outages as of 8:30 a.m. are :
- Ashtabula County: 3,174
- Cuyahoga County: 13, 522
- Geauga County: 695
- Lake County: 4,278
- Lorain County: 385
- Richland County: 347
- Summit County: 226
FirstEnergy reported the estimated time of restoration for the power outages is approximately 4:00 p.m.
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Wet snow weighed down branches causing trees to fall. In Fairview Park in the area of West 212th Street, branches snapped.
The weight of the heavy wet snow is starting to pull branches and trees down. This is in the area of W212 and W214 in Fairview Park. Hearing a lot of this kind of thing on the radios. pic.twitter.com/evRvQ0uBvY— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) April 21, 2021
The City of Oberlin is reporting an electrical outage on the West Side of Town. Crews are in route to the power outages.
The City of Mentor is reporting multiple power outages throughout the city. The city is asking all motorists to treat non-working traffic signals as 4-way stops.
As of 6 a.m., intersections out with traffic lights include Heisley and Gendricks, Heisley and Tyler, Munson and Center.
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