Two tornadoes hit northwest Ohio

Tornadoes and strong winds from a storm that battered the Midwest on Sunday damaged homes, toppled a drive-in movie screen and ripped off the roof of a church building in northwest Ohio.
Associated Press
Nov 19, 2013

 

The National Weather Service confirmed on Monday that two tornadoes touched down near Toledo. There were no reports of significant injuries.

One of the tornadoes, with winds of 111-135 mph, brushed through suburbs south and east of Toledo. Winds from the storm crushed one of two drive-in movie screens in the suburb of Oregon. Several buildings in an industrial park also sustained damage just south of the city, and the winds flattened a gas station canopy.

Another tornado that touched down Sunday in Jerry City, near Bowling Green, had a preliminary rating of EF-1 with winds between 86-110 mph, the weather service said.