A storm that passed through Akron has caused numerous power outages in Summit County.
Nearly 6,000 customers lost power in Summit County, all but a few hundred in the city of Akron.
The bulk of customers out of power, according to a FirstEnergy spokesman, are in northeast Akron and near Akron's Wallhaven area.
FirstEnergy tells AkronNewsNow that a downed wire at Home Avenue and Fouse Avenue caused an Evans Avenue substation to go down. At the peak of the outage, about 2,400 customers were out, but all but a few hundred have power again, and the rest should have power again early this evening.
Crews are still investigating a transformer out at a substation on Edgerton Court, that put just over 1,000 customers out of power.
Akron police dispatchers tell AkronNewsNow that the storm has caused no major problems aside from the power outages.
A trained spotter just north of downtown Akron reported estimated one-inch hail to the National Weather Service at just before 5 p.m.
The storm triggered a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Summit County before moving into Portage County, prompting a warning there.