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More than 90,000 customers without power after heavy snow falls across Northeast Ohio

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Posted at 6:43 AM, Dec 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-01 18:03:51-05

CLEVELAND — More than 90,000 customers across Northeast Ohio are without power Tuesday morning after the first winter storm of the season dumped several inches overnight.

The outages are concentrated in Cuyahoga, Geauga and Summit counties.

Current outages:

  • Ashtabula County—5,310
  • Cuyahoga County—47,178
  • Geauga County—19,438
  • Lake County—14,345
  • Summit County — 2,934

Cleveland Public Power reported downed wires are causing outages in the area of West 89th Street and Madison Avenue and the area of Sauer Road. Crews are responding.

The Chardon Fire Department reported multiple trees and wires are down in Geauga County due to wind and heavy snow.

In the City of Westlake, Columbia Road was closed between Center Ridge and Lorain Road due to downed power lines.

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