ASHTABULA COUNTY, Ohio — Afternoon showers rolled through parts of Northeast Ohio bringing heavy rain that caused some flooding in places like Ashtabula County, which has been under a Flash Flood Warning for the better part of Thursday afternoon.
Power of 5 meteorologist Katie McGraw captured the aftermath of flooding in parts of Ashtabula County.
West 58th Street and Main was closed due to flooding, which caused a vehicle to get stuck.
A tow truck responded to remove a disabled vehicle.
Fallen trees and power lines were found in North Kingsville, where the strongest winds were located during the Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm Warnings.
The main street underpass got hit with heavy rain.
Akron Beacon Journal reporter Craig Webb captured some fallen trees and limbs in North Kingsville.
Rainfall totals ranged from 2.6 inches to nearly 5 inches in parts of Ashtabula County.
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