HOLMES COUNTY, Ohio — Heads up!
A Level 3 storm travel advisory was activated in Holmes County amid the overnight storms that moved through the region Monday night into Tuesday.
The advisory was lifted Tuesday evening.
While in effect, however, the advisory meant that "roadways are closed to travel by any means other than emergency vehicles at this time," according to a Facebook post from the Holmes County Sheriff's Office.
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It came as the sheriff reported numerous roads throughout the county have sustained storm damage.
Although overnight storms have moved out of Northeast Ohio, our focus now shifts to the damage left behind as extreme heat arrives with highs climbing into the 90s for the next few days.
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The Wayne County Engineer's Office, meanwhile, says several roads in their area have high water along with downed trees and power lines.
"Please avoid unnecessary travel" as emergency crews begin repairs, the office posted on Facebook at 12:30 a.m.
Skyview Ranch in Millersburg says they expect to be without power for several days while they work through clearing fallen trees.
"Everyone is safe," they wrote on Facebook overnight. "Substantial damage to camp. All power is out."