CLEVELAND — The series of storms that made their way through Northeast Ohio on Wednesday morning has left behind a trail of homes without power.
According to FirstEnergy, more than 26,000 customers are currently experiencing a power outage. Here are some of the local counties that are affected with numbers as of 12:40 p.m.:
According to 3News Meteorologist Hollie Strano, we’re locked in with this tropical weather pattern as we experience continued heat, humidity and storm chances throughout Northeast Ohio. That’s why we’re expecting more of the same today, tomorrow and into Friday.
You can track the weather conditions with our interactive radar HERE.
Highs today will climb into the upper 80s with scattered pop-up storms possible.
We have a better chance of storms Thursday — and especially Friday — as a boundary sinks south. Some of the storms could certainly pack a punch during the next few days as the instability will be very high.
Cooler, drier air will breeze in here (literally) on Saturday setting the stage for what looks to be a gorgeous weekend ahead!