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*See some of the storm damage in the video above. This was in Sandusky.*

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Thousands of residents are without power after strong storms swept across Northeast Ohio.

According to FirstEnergy, more than 33,000 customers are currently impacted with the most in Cuyahoga, Erie, and Ottawa counties.

Sandusky, which saw the most severe damage, has very few outages, with just over 1,000 people without power.

Some restoration times are dated for Friday afternoon.

In other areas, crews have been alerted but are not yet on scene.

You can check the outage map here for a possible timeline for your area.

Severe thunderstorm watches and warnings have expired for everyone in Northeast Ohio.

Click here for the latest outage numbers.

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