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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
The National Weather Service has confirmed two EF1 tornadoes in Medina and Lorain Counties.
The first tornado has been confirmed by the National Weather Service in Valley City, at 1:33 pm. It started in Lorain County near Island Road and State Route 303, and traveled to Valley City in Medina County. More details will be released after a survey is done.
The second tornado was confirmed by the NWS at 1:47 p.m. According to the NWS, the maximum path width was 150 yards and path length was .6 miles, moving across the water treatment plant and lifting at the eastern edge of the Valleaire Golf Course off Boston Road.
Strong storms moved through the northeastern part of Medina County and the southern part of Cuyahoga County Tuesday afternoon. Winds were estimated at a maximum of 94 miles per hour.
Tornado Warnings were issued around 1:30 p.m. and then canceled at 2 p.m.
Tree damage has been reported at the golf course. The NWS also says a home on Ridge Road had minor roof damage.
There have been reports of heavy wind damage in Valley City and Hinckley. The hardest hit area in Hinckley was Boston and Ridge. The hardest hit area in Valley City was West River and Myrtle Hill.
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