Overnight Storms Cause Damage

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Overnight rain and storms caused some damage in areas across Northeast Ohio.

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for several counties overnight during a storm that produced winds of up to 60 miles per hour.

According to the National Weather Service, a roof was reported torn off a building in Sullivan, and several trees were reported downed in the Mansfield area.

Strong winds and several trees and branches were also reported down in Medina.

There were some power outages reported, but as of Sunday morning, most customers had been restored.

All storm warnings had expired by 1:45 a.m.

But there are also several flood watches and warnings still in effect for several parts of the region through Sunday.

**For more on those alerts, click here**

Most areas have picked up at least two inches of rain.

At the Chagrin River, the waters have risen up to eight feet, and some roads in the city of Lorain have been closed due to flooding. For a list of those roads, click here.