*See flooding on Interstate 90 caused by Wednesday’s storms in the video above

OHIO (WJW) — First Energy crews have been working nonstop to restore power after Wednesday night’s severe storms pounded Northeast Ohio.

More than 5,000 customers still had no power in Northeast Ohio as of Thursday afternoon.

Some of the hardest hit counties include Lorain County with more than 2,600 customers without power as of 6 p.m. Cuyahoga has 1,100 without power, and 1,042 customers were still without power in Erie County.

Estimated restoration times vary. You can find specific location details, here.

Several severe thunderstorm warnings and flood alerts were issued when the system moved through Wednesday night.

Portions of Interstate 90 were closed due to flooding. A collapse was also reported in a Willowick parking garage.