Power restored at Cleveland Hopkins, customers still asked to check status of flights

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Overnight storms led to some power outages Tuesday morning, including at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Thanks to the outages, there were flight delays and cancellations at the airport, and customers couldn't print tickets to get through the gates.

The power came back on at just after 6:15 a.m.

The airport suggests checking your flight status if you are flying today.