CLEVELAND — Thousands of people woke up without electricity Wednesday morning as heavy, wet snow made its way through Northeast Ohio. FirstEnergy was reporting more than 29,000 customers without power as of 7:30 a.m. Here are the most-recent outage updates as of 12 p.m.
- Cuyahoga: 7,383 outages; down from 7,981 outages reported at 12 p.m.
- Lake: 1,592 outages; down from 3,601 outages reported at 12 p.m.
FirstEnergy is estimating that some areas in Cuyahoga and Ashtabula counties may not have their power restored until 4 p.m. Wednesday. Be sure to check this story frequently as we are updating the outage numbers as new information comes in.
Here's a peek at how the morning snow impacted road conditions before sunrise on Wednesday:
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This dose of spring snow will be brief, however, with conditions expected to rebound into the 40s on Thursday before jumping into the 60s Friday. Looking even further ahead, we could hit the mid 70s early next week with much warmer temperatures expected Tuesday.
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