Cleanup is underway in parts of Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania after at least 16 tornadoes touched down over the weekend.
A cold front moved through the Midwest and Ohio Valley on Friday evening spawning some strong storms that produced several tornadoes.
Three tornadoes were confirmed in Indiana Friday evening.
The first was near Gentryville around 8:10 p.m. local time and was rated an EF-1 with winds of 90 mph. The second was in New Pekin about two hours later and in Lexington a short time after that. Both of those tornadoes were rated EF-0 and no injuries were reported.
The tornadic activity really picked up in the overnight hours, however.
Six more tornadoes, all located in Ohio, were reported between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. local time.
The strongest, which was located about three miles east-southeast of Greenfield, was rated an EF-2 with winds of about 115 mph. Luckily, no injuries were reported.
One person was reported to be injured in a tornado about two miles west-southwest of South Salem. That twister was rated an EF-0.
The storms continued east, spawning two more tornadoes in Ohio in the span of 10 minutes. The first, four miles northeast of Philo, was rated an ED-1 with winds of 95 mph. The second was near New Concord and was rated an EF-0
At least three tornadoes were reported in Pennsylvania early Saturday morning.
The first was near Shippingport around 6:06 a.m. and was rated an EF-0 with 85 mph winds. Ten minutes later an EF-1 tornado touched down in Monaca with winds of 95 mph. The third was in Clear Creek State Park around 8 a.m. and was rated an EF-0 with 85 mph winds.