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Wicked winds howl and Thanksgiving plan adjustments: 'On the GO!' 3News morning aftershow

The Go! morning show team sits down to discuss the local response to strong Sunday storms and how Thanksgiving will be different this year.
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CLEVELAND — Northeast Ohio is cleaning up after Sunday's strong winds knocked down trees, power lines and other structures.

On this edition of the On the GO! aftershow, the morning team sits down to talk about the local response.

Meteorologist Jason Frazer, who is filling in for Hollie Strano, says he believes we will start to see the winds dissipate around lunchtime.

Storm damage has closed several roadways throughout the region. Those roads are listed below:

  • Brunswick: Carpenter Rd is closed between Laurel Rd and Hwy 303/Center Rd. Maxwell Blvd or W. 130th St are detour options.
  • Madison: McMackin Rd is closed between Ridge Rd and Lockwood Rd. Townline Rd or Haines Rd are detour options.
  • Stow: SR 91/SOM Center Rd is closed between OH-59/Kent Rd and Graham Rd. Detours are posted.

The conversation on the post show then moves to adjusting Thanksgiving plans due to the spike in COVID-19 cases.

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Facebook viewer Holly Smith chimed in on the conversation writing, “Thanksgiving hasn’t changed because there are only four of us but we'll probably cancel our big family Christmas party.”

While Susan, another viewer joining through Facebook, says she’s now staying home for the holiday.

Remember, you can also chime in with the GO! morning show team during the On the GO! aftershow every weekday at 7:05 a.m. on the WKYC Facebook or Youtube page.

Watch the full On the GO! aftershow for Monday, November 16 in the player below:

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