The tornado outbreak this past weekend across northern Ohio was somewhat of a rarity in that it resulted in fatalities. The last tornado in northern Ohio that resulted in a death was in 2002. Prior to that, it was in the mid 1980s.
The Wood County tornado in northwestern Ohio Saturday night was upgraded to an EF4 by the National Weather Service. It first touched down near I-80 and Oregon Road (East of Perrysburg) at 11:15 PM EDT and then moved through the south side of Moline and then near Metcalf Airport. The tornado then crossed the northwest side of Millbury into Ottaway County following Trowbridge Road and lifted at 11:30 PM EDT just west of Clay Center. At least 50 buildings were damaged or destroyed. Here is a map of the path and damage with the radar loop as the tornado passed through. The tornado recap is as follows:
The complete update from the National Weather Service is HERE
3 Other tornadoes were also confirmed in northern Ohio. Here is a basic map with path length, width and wind speeds. The EF4 was the Wood County tornado. The EF0 moved through Richland county 2 miles north of Lucas. The northern EF1 tornado touched down southwest of Andover near the intersection of Mann Road and Creek Road traveling ENE. The southern EF1 tornado developed in Holmes county 2 miels northwest of Berlin and moved southeast to Walnut Creek, Ohio then onto Sugarcreek in Tuscarawas County. All information is courtesy of the National Weather Service HERE ON THEIR WEBSITE. Click on "previous version" numbers for the details of each tornado.