CLEVELAND -- While stormy weather stopped by some, it was the wind that left many of you without power last night.
Cleveland crews addressed live lines in dozens of places. At midnight, crews were dealing with East 103rd and Superior and School Avenue downed lines. On Ivanhoe, the wind brought part of a partially demolished building into the roadway.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport grounded all flights for nearly two hours as the strongest gusts came through before 8:30 p.m.
At that same time, Dan Lisso and his family were inside when the wind picked up his porch front awning in Lorain.
"All the sudden I hear a big bam and it sounded like it was coming from the backyard...the roof was gone. The porch roof was gone. So I went out in the backyard and all the wires are hanging down in my backyard and there was my roof hanging from the telephone pole, folded in half like a sandwich," said Lisso.
The downed lines knocked out power to much of Lorain's Tacoma Avenue.