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Steve Hanley, on truck, and Ben Nicholas, of Watkins Lighting in Berea, Ohio, remove a sign that was blown down at the Holiday Inn Express on Northeast Catawba Road east of Port Clinton Monday. The effects of Hurricane Sandy were being felt along the Lake Erie coastal area in Ottawa County.

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Waves crash over the Miller Boat Line on Catawba Island Monday.

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Waves crash over the Miller Boat Line on Catawba Island Monday.

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Mark Beard of Oak Harbor photographs the waves in Lake Erie at Catawba Island Monday.

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Lenny Wheatley, left, his son Brian Wheatley, and daughter Anne Ceccoli, all of Fremont, brave wind and rain as they view the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the Lake Erie coastal area on Catawba Island Monday.

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Amy and Randy Rozelle, battle the wind to make their way down the pier behind their daughter Brooke, 16, and Dylan, 14, during heavy winds at the shore in Luna Pier Monday. The Rozelle family, who are from North Redington Beach, Fla., escaped a family event to look at the coastline. 'Since we are native to that area [Florida] We are used to hurricanes!"'Randy Rozelle said.

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Randy Rozelle, left, clasps his daughter Brooke Rozelle, 16, both of Florida, while walking on the pier during heavy winds at the shore in Luna Pier Monday.

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Rashid Solo of Utah looks out over the shoreline during heavy winds in Luna Pier Monday.

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Rashid Solo, left, looks for shells with his daughter Brooklyn Solo, 2, of Utah, on the shoreline during heavy winds in Luna Pier Monday.

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John Francis of Akron, Ohio, photographs the waves in Lake Erie at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park in Marblehead, Ohio, Monday.

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John Francis of Akron, Ohio, photographs the waves in Lake Erie at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park in Marblehead Monday.

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Alex Shartle of Dayton, left, and Keith Bell of Kent, walk along the Lake Erie shore at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park Monday.

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Diana Box of Amherst, Ohio, struggles to walk against the wind effects at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park Monday.

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Alex Czerwinski and his daughter Alia, 12, of Port Clinton, stand on the rocks along the Lake Erie shoreline at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park in Marblehead Monday.

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Kori Armendariz, 14, and Alia Czerwinski, 12, of Port Clinton, walk along the Lake Erie shoreline at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park Monday.

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Kerm Gill, Catawba Island, braves the cold wind to capture waves as they crash over the Miller Boat Line dock at Catawba Island, Tuesday.

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Waves crash over the Miller Boat Line dock at Catawba Island, Ohio, Tuesday.

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Sharon Cogle, Toledo, braces herself against the wind as Channel 13 ABC meteorologist Ross Ellet uses an anemometer to measure the wind speed at Marblehead Lighthouse State Park in Marblehead Tuesday. Mrs. Cogle was having fun watching the storm with her husband Jess Cogle. Mr. Ellet said he was recording sustained wind speeds of 40-45 miles per hour with gusts to 55 miles per hour. Mr. Ellet also said he recorded a maximum speed of 79 miles per hour around day break.

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Bill Klaehn of Marblehead outruns his son George Klaehn, 17, after taking pictures of waves crashing over the dock at Lakeside, Ohio.

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Josh Moritz, an employee of B & L Shortridge Tree Service in Port Clinton cuts up a limb from a tree that fell into a house at the corner of Sycamore and West Sixth Street in Lakeside, Ohio.

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A utility pole is blown sideways on the corner of Corduroy and Lallendorf Roads on a cold and windy Tuesday afternoon in Oregon.

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Sarah Ervin, left, of Toledo, and Megan Thorp, right in yellow, of Cleveland, and walk their dog Tucker along the choppy coastline of the Maumee during a cold and windy afternoon at Maumee Bay State Park Tuesday. "We just woke up and wanted to see how the waves were," Thorp said. "We wanted to experience Sandy!" Ervin said.

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