LAGRANGE, Ohio — The National Weather Service confirmed Wednesday afternoon that an EF-1 tornado hit the town of Monroeville in Huron County on Tuesday, causing damage.
According to officials, the tornado damaged grain bins and uprooted trees when it hit around 6:38 p.m. Wind speeds reached about 90 mph.
After touching down, the tornado's path reached just under half a mile and was around 50 yards wide. No injuries or deaths were reported as a result of the tornado.
The NWS has teams out in Huron, Lorain and Hancock counties surveying damage.
News 5 viewer David Schneider shared a video of the storm in LaGrange Tuesday.
The video shows what appears to be the storm moving over LaGrange.
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