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April 20, 2011

Spring Severe Weather

Ottawa EF0

County:
Ottawa
Location:
4SW Port Clinton
Begin Time:
12:55 AM EDT
EF Scale
EF0
Wind Speed
75 MPH
Max. Path Width
30 yards
Path Length
1.5 mi

*The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS StromData.*

A weak tornado touched down 4 miles southwest of Port Clinton in Bay Township. The initial touchdown occurred near the intersection of Paulsen Rd. and Little Portage River Road East. The tornado continued on the ground to the northeast for about a mile and a half before lifting near Darr Hopfinger Rd. The damage path was around 30 yards in width. Damage consisted of mainly downed trees. Several outbuildings lost sections of roofing. A couple of homes also sustained very minor roof damage. Maximum winds were estimated to be around 75 mph.

Hancock Microburst

County:
Hancock
Location:
SE of Findlay
Begin Time:
12:30 - 1:00 AM EDT
Wind Speed
70 MPH

*The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS StromData.*

. Downburst thunderstorm winds near 70 MPH hit southeast of the city of Findlay during the early morning hours of April 20th. The winds impacted the southeast side of town near Township Rd 237, just to the south of State Route 224. Approximately 30 to 40 homes lost shingles.

Lucas County EF0

County:
Lucas
Location:
4 NE of Oregon
Begin Time:
12:49 AM EDT
EF Scale
EF0
Wind Speed
65-85 MPH
Max. Path Width
25 yards
Path Length
3/4 mile

*The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS StromData.*

A weak tornado touched down 4 miles northeast of Oregon around 12:49 AM on April 20th. The initial touchdown occurred on Eagles Landing Drive and the storm moved northeast to the intersection of James Rd. and Lagundovie Rd. The path length was about 3/4 mile. An estimated 24 properties received damage with one structure sustaining major damage. The winds were estimated at 65 to 85 MPH. No injuries were reported.

 

 


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