MANTUA, Ohio — Did the severe weather wake you up extra early this morning? Strong storms moved through Northeast Ohio during the overnight hours, triggering some weather alerts.
3News' Lindsay Buckingham was in Portage County this morning to check for potential storm damage. Thankfully, there was none upon her checking the area in Mantua.
She said police in the area aren't reporting any significant storm damage either.
Power outages appeared limited to a few counties, according to the FirstEnergy outage map. Here are the current power outages being reported as of 3:50 p.m.:
- Cuyahoga County: 241 outages (down from 5,400 power outages)
- Summit County: 630 power outages (down from 3,070 power outages)
Outages remain limited elsewhere, according to FirstEnergy's outage map.
The storms cleared out several hours before sunrise, leaving us with some quiet conditions and sunshine for today. 3News' Hollie Strano says temperatures will be more comfortable, too, with highs in the upper 70s.
Looking ahead at this week's extended weather forecast, we stay quiet with more sunshine on Tuesday with highs around 80 degrees. Rain and storm chances return on Wednesday.
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Editor's note: Video in the player above features the morning weather forecast in Northeast Ohio for July 25, 2022.