If you didn’t get a chance to see the storms yesterday, some of our brave viewers caught it all on camera.
It all started with torrents of heavy rain that accumulated as much as 5-6 inches of precipitation in places like Jonestown and Kalida. Next came the multiple tornado threats. Viewers were able to capture the rotating wall clouds moving over the Rockford area from multiple vantage points. Finally was the hail outbreak. Rarely do we see hail the size of ping pong balls here in West Central Ohio, but hail the size of tennis balls, like the ones that fell over Mendon, is almost unheard of! Notice the asymmetrical shape of these hail stones. They’re actually a combination of smaller hail stones, creating a much larger, oddly shaped stone.
While we stress the importance of taking shelter during severe weather, reporting storms is one of the best ways to track and warn those in the path of the threats to come.
Lima city officials are expected to oppose a liquor license transfer involving troubled downtown night spots.
The Findlay Police Department was called to the emergency room at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Sunday night.
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A local musician is bringing his love of music to the community in a two day music festival.
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A group of local teens have taken it upon themselves to help out a Lima Memorial Health Systems program.
People took out their special glasses and put their eyes to the skies to see a unique event.
One person was taken to the hospital after a crash just before nine Sunday morning.
The Allen County Fair may be place of fun, but for a lot of schools and students, it's also a chance to raise money.
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The Sand Trap Foundation held a golf outing and Sunday gave away the money.
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