Two additional tornados have been confirmed in Northwest Ohio following Sunday's powerful storms.
According to the National Weather Service in North Webster, Indiana, Van Wert, Paulding and Putnam counties were affected.
In Van Wert County, a tornado touched down around 4:47pm just south of Elm Sugar and Donner roads.
It was on the ground for just two minutes, lifting within minutes...covering two miles in that short amount of time.
Estimated top wind speed was around 100 mph giving the tornado a rating of EF-1 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
Surveyors say the maximum width of the tornado was about 150 yards.
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The tornado lifted just south of the Paulding County/Van Wert County line to the northwest of the intersection of Converse Roselm and Kidner roads.
Another tornado was confirmed to have touched down around 4:51pm about a quarter-mile south of US 66 and County Line Road in southeast Paulding County.
It traveled for about 8 miles, lifting about 5 miles to the northeast of Cloverdale in West Central Putnam County before 5 p.m.
It had a maximum estimated wind speed of 130 miles per hour placing it at EF-2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.