Video: 5 tornadoes confirmed to hit 6 NW Ohio counties

The Sundance Kid Drive-In was among the businesses damaged during Sunday's tornado outbreak.

The National Weather Service (NWS) had confirmed Monday evening the five separate tornadoes touched down on Sunday, causing damage in six counties.

The weather service said an EF-2 tornado, that traveled from Perrysburg to Oregon with winds reaching up to 135 mph, toppled a drive-in movie screen and damaged buildings.

Another tornado touched down in Jerry City, near Bowling Green, and had a preliminary rating of EF-1 with winds up between 86 to 110 mph.

A third twister, also an EF-1, touched down near Yeasting Road and State Route 590 near Elmore in Ottawa County.

The fourth tornado was confirmed to have hit in Van Wert County, reaching wind speeds of 95 mph, touching down near the intersection of Elm Sugar Road and Doner Road and lifting just south of the Paulding County/Van Wert County line.

A fifth tornado, an EF-2, did travel across county lines starting in Paulding County and coming to an end near Cloverdale in Putnam County.

There were no reports of widespread or significant injuries in Sunday's storms.