Medina County and Northeast Ohio are under a high-wind warning until 10 a.m. today.
Winds will increase with gusts from the southwest as high as 55 mph, according to the National Weather Service. The strongest winds will occur earth this morning, but it should remain windy all day.
The cause of the high winds is from fast-moving and deepening low-pressure center passing through the eastern Great Lakes area.
Damage to trees, power lines and property is expected with the potential for power outages. High profile vehicles are also at risk, according to the NWS.