WILMINGTON, Ohio — On Monday, the National Weather Service in Wilmington confirmed ten tornadoes in southwest Ohio, southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky during a round of severe storms that swept through the Tri-State Wednesday night.
The tornadoes touched down in Newtonsville/ Lake Lorelei, Edenton, Fayetteville and Blanchester in Ohio; Dry Ridge, Mt. Olivet, Mays Lick and Warsaw in Northern Kentucky; and in Versailles and Dillsboro in Indiana.
The tornadoes ranged in speeds from 65 to 90 mph including a tornado in Newtonsville/ Lake Lorelei that traveled a path of 8.8 miles with a maximum path width of 200 yards. The strongest winds were recorded near Warsaw at 90 mph.
The NWS uses the Enhanced Fujita Scale, which classifies EF-0 and EF-1 tornadoes as "weak" weather events with wind speeds between 65 and 110 mph.
But, as many areas of the Tri-State saw firsthand, winds at that speed can still uproot trees and damage homes rapidly.
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At one point, more than 78,000 people across Greater Cincinnati were without power following Wednesday storms. There have been no reports of weather-related deaths or injuries.
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