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(Cleveland)-Northeast Ohioans are waiting to dry out as rain continues to fall. The National Weather Service says more than two inches of rain came down in Cleveland yesterday, with more expected today. Flooded streams, yards and roads are expected to be a problem throughout the day. Cleanup efforts are underway after a weather-related landslide on Cleveland's east side. Police say a flooded construction site caused ground to give way yesterday along I-77 north near I-490. No injuries are being reported after strong winds made a mess in Summit County. Sheriff's deputies say several Coventry Township businesses sustained damage last night and cars were flipped over by gusts. A tornado warning was issued for parts of Summit, Stark and Portage counties, but there's no word whether a twister touched down.