(WJW) – It’s been four days since severe storms and multiple tornadoes hit Northeast Ohio, and thousands of homes and businesses in the area are still without power.

According to FirstEnergy, they are still working to restore power to about 3,200 customers in Ohio. The latest update from Cleveland Public Power reported about 1,000 customers still out of service on Sunday.

The majority of FirstEnergy customers without electricity are located in Cuyahoga and Lake counties.

The following restoration times were issued Monday afternoon for Illuminating Company customers:

  • 11 p.m. today – Cleveland, Brooklyn and Strongsville areas
  • 11 p.m. tomorrow – Middlefield area
  • 4 p.m. Wednesday, August 30 – Mayfield, Solon, Concord, Bainbridge areas
  • All other area outages are assigned individual estimated restoration times as the outage orders are assigned to crews.

The following restoration times were issued for Ohio Edison customers:

  • 11 p.m. today – Kent, Portage County area
  • All other area outages are assigned individual estimated restoration times as the outage orders are assigned to crews.

You can find FirstEnergy’s estimated restoration times specific to your location, here.

FirstEnergy announced in a press release that free water and ice are available to customers without power at several local Giant Eagle locations between 12 p.m. Monday to 12 p.m. Thursday or until supplies run out.

The locations are as follows:

Giant Eagle8515 Tanglewood SquareBainbridge Township
Giant Eagle24601 Chagrin Blvd.Beachwood
Giant Eagle351 Center St.Chardon
Market District2687 State RoadCuyahoga Falls
Giant Eagle230 Howe Ave.Cuyahoga Falls
Giant Eagle25105 Cedar RoadLyndhurst
Giant Eagle6259 Mayfield RoadMayfield Heights
Giant Eagle8383 Tyler Blvd.Mentor
Giant Eagle6079 Andrew RoadMentor on the Lake
Giant Eagle1201 Mentor Ave.Painesville
Giant Eagle909 E. Main St.Ravenna
Giant Eagle4260 State Route 44Rootstown
Giant Eagle4401 Mayfield RoadSouth Euclid
Giant Eagle1700 Norton RoadStow
Giant Eagle4300 Kent RoadStow
Giant Eagle36475 Euclid Ave.Willoughby
Giant Eagle30320 Lakeshore Blvd.Willowick
Giant Eagle1280 State Route 303Streetsboro
Giant Eagle8960 Darrow RoadTwinsburg

The National Weather Service confirmed tornadoes touched down in Vermilion, Mentor, Warrensville Heights, Chardon, and Middlefield. Cleveland experienced one for the first time in 30 years. 

In a Sunday press release, First Energy said more than 4,300 employees, contractors, and outside resources are working around the clock to get power restored.

First Energy spokesperson Lauren Siburkis said, these are the times power crews are proudest to do their jobs as they work tirelessly to repair each and every snapped pole and dangling line. 

“Many of them have left their own families in the dark here in the Northeast Ohio area to restore power to our customers. And they will continue working around the clock, 16-hour shifts, until every last customer is back up and running,” said Siburkis.

As of Sunday, First Energy said they had restored power to more than 90% of the 466,000 customers in Ohio and Pennsylvania that were without power after the storm hit.