MEDINA COUNTY, Ohio — A Tornado Warning was issued for Stark and Portage counties until 6:30 p.m.
Throughout the afternoon on Thursday, three possible tornados were spotted across Northeast Ohio.
The National Weather Service said a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located over Hudson or 12 miles north of Akron, moving east at 35 mph.
A second possible tornado was located near Akron heading east near I-76.
A third possible tornado was located near Alliance headed east at 55 mph.
rotation recorded over stark county, Name is Max. time of shot 5:26 pm pic.twitter.com/gbf38I1yq0— FaZe Макс (@maxchar02) October 21, 2021
Look out for flying debris if you're outside without a shelter.
Damage to mobile homes, roofs, windows, vehicles, and trees is likely.
If you can, move to a basement or the lowest floor of your home.
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