Two tornadoes and strong storms left a path of debris and destruction across the Miami Valley Saturday night. Thousands were without power, and wind gusts of up 83 mph were recorded by the National Weather Service.
- An EF0 tornado touched down in Fletcher. Damage consisted of broken and snapped off trees, rood damage to barns and outbuildings, and snapped electrical poles, according to the National Weather Service. The tornado was on the ground for 6.3 miles and ended near the intersection of burr Oak-New Hope Road and Snyder Road.
An EF0 tornado, lasting two minutes, touched down in Troy. Three buildings in downtown Troy sustained the most damage and were taped off so debris would not fall on pedestrians. The tornado cross the city center and the Great Miami River before lifting on the northeast edge of the city.
- Power lines were reported down outside of Cedarville and in two places in Sugarcreek Twp.
- High winds caused multiple downed trees throughout the county
- A wind gust of 83 mph was recorded at WPAFB at 10:18 p.m.
- The roof of a warehouse leased by Mooney and Moses Insulation on West Washington Street “peeled off” when high winds moved through the area. The roof was only a month old.
- RTA’s Wright Stop Plaza is closed until Tuesday morning due to wind debris. Buses are boarding at 3rd and Main in the meantime.
- A neighbor’s shed blew into a home’s yard around 10:15 Saturday night in the 6300 block of Shiloh Springs Road.
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