CLEVELAND — The High Wind Warning that was in effect for most of Northeast Ohio has been canceled.
Damaging winds caused downed trees and power outages across Northeast Ohio Friday.
Wind will be calming down as we go through the afternoon but it will be much cooler with temps in the 40s and 50s...so time to pull out the jackets again after 70s yesterday. #ohwx#weather #wews #Cleveland pic.twitter.com/8aYTak8yjq— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV) March 26, 2021
Temperatures will remain in the mid 40 and 50s this afternoon.
Current wind gusts as of 1 p.m. are under 40 mph but wind guts over 50 mpg could still pop up over the next few hours for a few eastern areas.
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High winds have impacted the morning commute as debris and fallen trees block the roadway to motorists on Friday, including on 271. More here.
FirstEnergy is reporting power outages across the area. More here.
Parma City School District is closed due to no power. More school closings can be found here.
Damaging winds are causing downed trees and power lines. In Lakewood, News 5 photojournalist Mike Vielhaber captured a down tree that snapped due to rain and high winds earlier this morning.
Tree down has Sloane Avenue closed between Park Row and Matthews in Lakewood. That last little burst of rain and wind was too much for this one. pic.twitter.com/go0MO40o3t— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) March 26, 2021
In Shaker Heights, a large tree fell across several lawns on Lytle Road.
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