WILMINGTON —A storm survey team will be out Thursday to see if a tornado touched down during the overnight storms.
Some Hyde Park homeowners got a loud awakening when lightning split a tree early Thursday. A tree fell on a mobile home early Thursday, but no injuries were reported
The region was under a tornado watch when a severe storm moving from Warren County into Clinton County displayed signs of having a tornado shortly after 3 a.m.
“HIGHLY LIKELY THAT A TORNADO IS ON THE GROUND CROSSING INTO CLINTON CO. OH. SHOWING THAT IT IS NW OF OGDEN. TAKE COVER,” the NWS said in a post on Twitter.
Photos and video from the area showed a variety of damage to trees, wires and some buildings between Waynesville and Wilmington. The NWS will look at damage areas south and west of Wilmington.
A survey team will also examine damage in the area of another tornado warning near Washington Court House.
No injuries were reported.
Trees were also reported down on houses in West College Corner, Madison Township and Hyde Park, among other places.
A storage facility for St. Vincent de Paul had a roof collapse, which also caused the sprinkler system to go off.
At the storms’ peak, about 34,000 Duke Energy customers were left in the dark. Another 23,000 Dayton Power & Light customers lost power at some point.
BY: WLWT News 5’s John London
UPDATED 10:03 AM EDT Jun 23, 2016