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Good Thursday morning Northeast Ohio!

A rocky night for many in Northeast Ohio.  Severe thunderstorms moved into the area last night. 

The threat is over this morning in Ohio, however there are damage reports coming in from the wind and hail. 

We have live reports from Shannon Davidson and Bill Safos.

We also have double team weather with Jason Handman and Jon Loufman.  

19 Action News This Morning starts at 4:30 a.m. with Catherine Bosley and Brian Duffy. 

Click for the latest on your forecast and for the latest traffic, check out our real-time travel.

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