TOLEDO, Ohio - The National Weather Service has rated both tornadoes that touched down Wednesday as an EF0 on the Enhanced Fujita scale.
WTOL 11 reports the NWS made the designation after reporting that the twister that hit Henry County had peak winds of 70-75 miles an hour and lasted for two minutes. Damage from that tornado included a downed power line and the roof of a pole barn torn off.
The tornado that touched down in Crawford County also caused minor damages, touching down several times in Galion, Ohio. The NWS reports that its path lasted for a little more than a mile and caused minor damage to outbuildings in the city.