CLEVELAND — The skies were rumbling once again as thunderstorms moved throughout Northeast Ohio on Wednesday amid hot and humid conditions.
TRACK THE STORM: Interactive radar
The storms brought with them high winds, with some of the gusts reaching 70 to 80 miles per hour with hail in some places. It led to tens of thousands of homes across Northeast Ohio to be without power as downed trees led to outages.
One of the first reports of damage came from the North Ridgeville Police Department, who reported that Route 83 north was closed after a fallen tree took down power wires at around 5:30 p.m.
As the storms moved eastward into Cuyahoga County, our 3News cameras were out and caught these images of storm damage, including in spots in Westlake and Bay Village.
PHOTOS: Severe storms cause damage throughout Northeast Ohio
WATCH: Meteorologists Matt Standridge and Matt Wintz had the latest on the storm on WKYC's Facebook Live
CURRENT WEATHER ALERTS: See the list
Check out some of the storm images you shared with us on social media, starting with our own Maureen Kyle:
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