Storms Cause Damage, Power Outages

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CLEVELAND -- After a night of severe weather, people in Northeast Ohio were waking up to find what the storms left behind.

Downed trees and power outages were among the issues, and some roads were blocked while crews worked to fix the problems.

As of 7 a.m., there were no major reports of damage and no one had been hurt.

The storms were not as strong as anticipated.

About 2,600 customers were without power across the viewing area.

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When a traffic signal is not working because of a power outage, remember to treat it as a four-way stop.

To report power outages, call (888) LIGHTSS or (888) 544-4877.

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See the live blog below for pictures and information about the damage.

Lindsay Buckingham June 13, 20138:43 am

A downed tree on Cedar Road in Beachwood.

Jessica Dabrowski June 13, 20137:29 am

In Beachwood, downed wires caused a problem along Cedar Road. It was closed in both directions between Richmond and Green so crews could handle the problem.

Jessica Dabrowski June 13, 20136:54 am

A tree fell on an abandoned home in Cleveland on East 112th Street.

Jessica Dabrowski June 13, 20136:46 am

Fox 8’s Patty Harken reported there were branches scattered throughout Willoughby after the storms.

Jessica Dabrowski June 13, 20136:46 am

Wright and Center in Willoughby was blocked because of this damage.

Jessica Dabrowski June 13, 20136:45 am

The road was blocked at Park and Murray in Willoughby as crews worked to remove a downed tree.