- Six structures (including mobile homes) were destroyed — four in Chilo, one in Tate Twp., one in Franklin Twp.
- 14 had major damage (at least 40 percent)
- 28 had minor damage (at least 10 percent)
- 40 were affected (at least 5 percent damage)
Other damage estimates per area:
- Batavia Twp.: $58,165
- Franklin Twp.: $79,750
- Monroe Twp.: $2,740
- Tate Twp.: $50,660
- Union Twp.: $5,180
- Amelia: $89,355
- Bethel: $7,130
- Milford: $3,100
Total estimated damages was $1,006,330.
An EF1 tornado touched down at approximately 3:38 a.m. in Pierce Twp. and traveled approximately 6.4 miles into Amelia. The heaviest damage occurred in the 1300 block of Locust Lake Road.
A second wave of storms, with 70 mph winds, flipped three mobile homes in Chilo and knocked down trees and power lines around the county. Chilo Lock 34 Park sustained damage to about eight buildings estimated at $150,000.
This article contains reporting by Journal-News media partner WCPO.