Severe weather causes ‘significant storm damage’ in northern Ohio, NWS says

Partial roof collapse in downtown Sandusky on Thursday night. (Courtesy/Chad Whaley@LakeErieSurfer)
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Partial roof collapse in downtown Sandusky on Thursday night. (Courtesy/Chad Whaley@LakeErieSurfer)

Storms that passed through Logan County early Thursday evening developed into severe weather in northern Ohio that caused "significant storm damage" in downtown Sandusky, National Weather Service forecasters said.

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A roof reportedly was blown off one building downtown and several others had structural damage. Wind gusts of 50 mph to 60 mph were reported just after 6 p.m. There was no indication of a tornado, according to northern Ohio-area media reports.

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There have been no reports of injury or death.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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Hail in Logan County

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

About 9:30 p.m. FirstEnergy Ohio was reporting 1,710 outages in Ashtabula County, 3,861 in Cuyahoga, and 1,019 in Lake.

Earlier Thursday evening, viewer Todd Mackesy in Logan County recorded hail produced in Lakeview from stormy weather in the northern Miami Valley.

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