Thousands still without power after weekend storm

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CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio – More than 2,000 First Energy customers are without power after this weekend’s storms.

Saturday storms brought strong winds and bursts of hail.

The outages are scattered across Cuyahoga County.

More than 62,000 customers in Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, and Ashtabula counties lost power Saturday.

Cleveland Public Power was down to a few hundred outages Monday morning, according to its Facebook page.

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In a press release , the City of Cleveland encourages customers still experiencing outages to contact CPP at 216-664-3156. FirstEnergy customers experiencing a power outage should call 888-544-4877 (888-LIGHTS).

You can get live updates from the FirstEnergy outage map here.

The City of Cleveland says there are still 12 tree crews working to clear debris from the road. To report a downed tree, call 216-664-3104. For downed trees that are not city-owned, the city is asking residents to cut the branches into 4-foot sections and into bundles less than 50 pounds each. Crews will begin cleanup of debris later this week.


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