The National Weather Service says a tornado touched down a little southwest of Findlay as severe storms blew through Hancock County on Tuesday.
The NWS survey team has confirmed that an EF-0 tornado with winds of 80 miles per hour touched down about a half-mile south of Rawson.
The tornado traveled in a northeast direction between County Road 313 and Interstate-75.
The tornado was on the ground for about seven miles before lifting just west of the Findlay Airport.
The NWS says a barn metal roof was ripped off and wood beams were snapped and driven into the ground.
Additionally, a residential barn was destroyed, several power poles were snapped and blown down, and several trees came down.
The picture with this story is from County Road 12, a little south of County Road 313.
Findlay and Hancock County, as well as other areas, were under Tornado Warnings on Tuesday as a strong line of storms went through the area.
The storm also sent a tree crashing into a Findlay home. Get more on that by clicking here.
An EF0 Tornado was confirmed to have occurred on Tue, May 3. A barn metal roof was ripped off and wood beams were snapped and driven into the ground. In addition, a barn was destroyed, several power poles & trees were snapped and blown down. For more info: https://t.co/pp94n46tRR pic.twitter.com/KKJeIC1W5E
— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) May 4, 2022