In the United States declared the threat of a tornado: thousands of residents without electricity

In all the North-Eastern districts of the state Ohio was declared a warning about a tornado late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning as strong thunderstorms left thousands of residents without electricity.

The national weather service (NWS) issued a tornado warning in the counties of Lorain, Medina, Summit, stark and Wayne. Gusts of wind on Tuesday evening, April 7, there reached 70 mph in some areas was heavy hail.

According to the NWS, around 22 o’clock on Tuesday thunderstorms moved into the County Ottawa, Lucas, wood, Erie and Sandusky, with wind gusts up to 60 mph and hail the size of a ball ping-pong table.

A large part of Northern Ohio, including County Cuyahoga, Summit, Lorain, Medina, lake, Portage, and John, maple ridge and Trumbull, remain under threat of tornadoes and squalls and Wednesday, April 8.

VIDEO from the tornado warned storm earlier this evening. It was taken from Southbridge Blvd in Brunswick. Credit: Jared Svoboda. @cleveland19news @NWSCLE

— Kelly Dobeck (@KellyDWeather) April 8, 2020

There were reports of damage to buildings in the County of stark, but information on casualties yet.

Company FirstEnergy confirmed that more than 64 000 people in northeast Ohio were without electricity or reported outages of electricity.

Utility crews went to the victims from the storm areas to carry out repairs, but at the moment it is unknown when power will be restored.