TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - The National Weather Service has confirmed that two tornadoes touched down in northwest Ohio during the damaging storms that cut across the Midwest Sunday night.
The weather service says a tornado that toppled a drive-in movie screen and damaged buildings south and east of Toledo on Sunday had a preliminary rating of EF-2 with winds up between 111-135 mph.
Another tornado that touched down in Jerry City near Bowling Green had a preliminary rating of EF-1 with winds up between 86-110 mph.
The tornado that touched down near Toledo followed a path similar to another one that destroyed a high school and killed seven people just over three years ago.
Thousands were without power across the state, but there were no reports of widespread or significant injuries in Sunday's storms.