Damage reported, mobile home destroyed as storm moves through Ohio

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CENTRAL OHIO (WCMH) — Storm Team 4 continued to keep a close eye on the radar this evening as potentially strong storms move out of the central Ohio area. A tornado watch issued Sunday afternoon for most of south and central Ohio has been canceled.

Sunday afternoon, a tornado warning was issued for Clark County, Ohio. WDTN in Dayton reports a mobile home and shed was destroyed in that storm around 3:12 p.m. in Springfield. You can see the extent of damage in the video in this story.

Around 4:15 p.m. a tornado warning was issued for Crawford, Marion, Morrow and Wyandot. Later, a tornado warning was issued for Richland County. The Richland County Sheriff’s Department tells us there is damage–cars sustained damage, power lines and trees are down. The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office told us they had no major damage reports at the time.

The National Weather Service Cleveland said at 4:59 p.m. there was a “confirmed tornado” located near Savannah, or 10 miles northwest of Ashland, moving northeast at 50 mph observed by a weather spotter with quarter size hail.

RELATED | VIDEO: Watch as confirmed tornado moves toward Shelby, Ohio

We have crews headed to the scene in Shelby, Ohio. Shelby PD reports power is out through the town and remind everyone to use traffic lights as a four-way stop. They say Mansfield Ave and Technology Pkwy are blocked.

If you have damage in your neighborhood and can safely send photos or videos, you can email them to stories@nbc4i.com

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