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Flood Advisories have been issued for several Northeast Ohio counties

Holmes and Wayne counties are all at risk of flooding due to current weather conditions

CLEVELAND — Severe weather is making its way through the Northeast Ohio region today causing heavy rains that have a potential to cause flooding.

According to the National Weather Service Flood Advisories have been issued for the following counties:

  • Holmes, Wayne until Monday at 12:30 a.m.
  • Medina has expired
  • Portage, Summit advisories have expired
  • Cuyahoga flood advisory has expired 

3News will update this story with any additional severe weather as advisories, watches and/or warnings are issued.

3News' Lydia Esparra was in Boardman today surveying the damage and a possible tornado that caused damage in the city.

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