The Northeast was one of several regions across the country impacted by severe weather Saturday, with threats of hail, gusty winds and tornadoes.
The FOX Forecast Center said more than 100 million residents from New England to the Plains faced a heightened risk of storms.
Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado watches were issued for more than a dozen states from the Plains to as far north as New York and New Jersey.
New York City was included in the Severe Thunderstorm Watch, which had an expiration time of midnight.
Most of the warnings issued by local National Weather Service offices were for hail and damaging winds, but a number of Tornado Warnings were issued for counties in Ohio.
Initial damage reports
Several Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado warnings were issued in the Buckeye State on Saturday as the first round of showers and thunderstorms ignited.
Law enforcement confirmed a tornado was spotted moving through communities in Hardin and Marion counties in Central Ohio.
Initial damage reports indicated there was some tree and roof damage in the town of Kenton, and more than 13,000 power outages were reported across the state.
The tornado was likely one of two that impacted communities north of Interstate 70, according to initial reports received by the Storm Prediction Center.
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Sunday weather preview
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