Sunday's storm aftermath in Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND -- It was a rough Sunday in Northeast Ohio with strong storms and flooding. As the week started, many were still cleaning up and drying out from the flooding.

FLOODING: East side suburbs deal with rising water

RTA was impacted when a retaining wall collapsed at the Buckeye Woodhill station. RTA is planning for early morning re-start of service for the Blue and Green Line. That means for the rest of tonight, customers will be served by shuttle buses. Service starts at 4 am Tuesday.

Another casualty of the storms was a house in Moreland Hills. The multi-million dollar home was struck by lightning, and is a total loss. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

WATCH: $2 million home a total loss after lightning strike

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