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CLEVELAND — With winds at times surpassing 60 mph, superstorm Sandy has wreaked havoc across Northeast Ohio.

Storm damage reports have been pouring in from counties all over the Fox 8 viewing area.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame lost parts of its siding on the upper-level of the building. Weather experts clocked wind gusts at nearby Burke Lakefront Airport at 68 mph. Water levels were also a concern last night as the historic spot sits above Lake Erie.

A spokesperson for the Rock Hall told Kenny Crumpton that there was no structural or flooding damage to the building.

However, due to weather conditions, the Rock Hall opened one hour later today, at 11 a.m.

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