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NORTHEAST OHIO (WJW) — Storms rolled through Northeast Ohio Sunday evening.

A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for most of our communities. Some counties were upgraded to a severe thunderstorm warning. All of those watches and warnings have expired.

Our FOX 8 viewers reported dark skies, storms clouds, rain and downed trees, poles and wires in their backyards.

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8 p.m. Update:

A portion of S. Prospect Street in closed in Ravenna due to trees and downed wires.

7:45 p.m. Update:

Crews in Hambden have responded to tree down on a home. The tree has broken through the ceiling of the residence.

Crews controlled any utility hazards, contacted the Geauga County building department, and helped the home owners prevent further damage to their property.

Hambden Fire crews have been very busy Sunday evening with multiple weather-related calls across the township.

Firefighters remind citizens to be careful this evening.

6:45 p.m. Update:

Roads are closed in Solon due to downed wires. Firefighters say the closure is at Bainbridge Road just west of Dorset Lane.

6:15 p.m. Update:

Hinckley police are addressing downed trees, wires and poles in the community. Stony Hill from Countrybrook to Tamarind is closed in multiple locations.