National Weather Service Confirms at least Three Tornadoes from Wednesday

The National Weather Service has confirmed that it was a tornado that left a Meijer warehouse in Tipp City north of Dayton, severely damaged Wednesday evening.

So far, the Weather Service has confirmed that at least three tornadoes touched down in Ohio during the severe weather. Officials say the twister in Tipp City was a category EF-2.

They have also confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Clark County north of Springfield, and that there was an EF-0 touchdown in Brown County.

No injuries have been reported from the storms.

Volunteers are at work in Hocking and Fairfield counties cleaning up after Wednesday evening's severe storms.

Downed trees caused problems along some roadways in Hocking County, leaving work for Emergency Management Services officials yesterday. EMS Captain Brandon Anderson says more volunteers are needed to tackle storm damage in the Laurelville area.

Family members at a farm near Lockville, in Fairfield County, were also busy with cleanup yesterday after winds took part of the roof off a barn and overturned a semi-trailer.

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