Three tornadoes were confirmed to have occurred in northeast Ohio with thunderstorms that rolled across northern portions of the state on Sunday.
An EF1 tornado touched down in Glenwillow, Ohio (Cuyahoga County) with maximum winds of 90 mph. The tornado uprooted and snapped several trees in the area as it traveled on the ground for approximately 2 miles.
Another tornado developed in Portage County and continued into Trumbull County late Sunday afternoon. It destroyed several outbuildings and produced extensive tree damage along its path. NWS officials rated it as an EF1 tornado with maximum winds of 100 mph.
The third tornado happened in eastern Trumbull County near the town of Vienna, Ohio. NWS survey reports indicate the tornado was on the ground for 2.5 miles and caused extensive tree damage along its path. It was also rated an EF1 with maximum winds of 95 mph.
An EF0 tornado was confirmed by the Wilmington, Ohio NWS in rural western Preble County on Saturday causing damage to a house and a barn. The tornado also damages trees along its 1.7 mile path. Winds were estimated to be 70 mph.
No injuries were reported in any of Sunday’s tornadoes.
This brings the tornado count to 54 in Ohio for 2019. Statistically, Ohio averages 19 tornadoes annually.