As high winds whip through Northeast Ohio, some students are staying home from school.
According to FirstEnergy, more than 9,000 are without power across Northeast Ohio, meaning a handful of schools have closed for the day.
FirstEnergy estimates power will be restored by noon Friday.
Click here to view the current map of outages.
Affected by county:
Cuyahoga County: 5,789
Geauga County: 119
Lake County: 278
Lorain County: 106
Medina County: 215
Portage County: 761
Summit County: 586
LOCAL NEWS: High Winds Cause Power Outages, School Closings In Northeast Ohio was originally published on praisecleveland.com
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