Photos: Sandy in Ohio

October 30, 2012; 9:11 AM ET
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Sandy in Ohio

Photos and videos of the damage done by Sandy will be updated through the day.

Storified by Accu Weather · Tue, Oct 30 2012 10:08:10

Photos and videos of the damage done by Sandy will be updated through the day.
Northeast Ohio,power of Sandy. Tree thru my daughters house. Nobody hurt! TG. M
surrfs up Lake Erie ! Graves
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I've never seen anything like this in my life #sandy #lakeerie #Ohio #Cleveland @ABC
Incredible Lake Erie waves breach the break wall along I-90 in CLE. #hurricanesandy #ohwxMark Johnson
Look what #Sandy is doing to Lake Erie! Strongest winds arrive overnight. Gusts to 70 mph near lake, 50-60 south. #OHwx Ferreira
Wind blowing strong on #OhioState campus tonight across from Ohio Stadium. #ohwx Jones
First snowfall of the year to bad the wind is blowing 50 mph plus #deer hunting #ohio Wackers
North of Dayton #frankenstorm #ohio #Sandy Boggs
@cnnireport snow is coming down in Bellefontaine, Ohio G
@marthamaccallum Western Ohio snow.. Deal
RT @shoemab23: #Sandy bringing the snow in Ohio Shoemaker


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