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Ohio Tornado Warning: Youngstown On Alert, Twister To Reach Warren, Canfield And Mahoning County

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A tornado warning is in place in Ohio on Saturday.

A powerful tornado could land anytime soon in several of the places in Ohio on Saturday. This comes as a National Weather Service (NWS) warning of a possible twister that remains active in Cleveland, Warren, Canfield, and Manhoning County. The weather conditions in the state have been marked under the severe category. With this warning in place, Youngstwon is placed on a high alert.

“Tornado Warning continues for Canfield, Washingtonville, and Greenford until 4:45 pm (EDT),” the NWS remarked through its official social media handles. Meanwhile, the weather agency’s Cleveland office added that the warnings for Southwestern Mahoning County in northeastern Ohio are going to remain in place till 4;45 pm (EDT).

Multiple severe storms capable of producing a tornado were spotted at 358 PM EDT near Salem, Sebring. Based on radar information, the storm was moving in the east direction 9 miles away from Salem. The high-paced twister was moving at a speed of 25 mph.

The powerful storm is also going to be near Columbiana at around 4:30 pm (EDT). It is not yet clear if the tornado warnings in place are going to be extended or not. Meanwhile, the weather in the state is marred by severe conditions including cloudy formations, heavy showers and gusts.

The dangerous tornadic storm is soon going to be near Canfield, Columbiana, and Boardman around 4:15 and 4:30 pm (EDT) respectively. Other locations impacted by this tornadic thunderstorm include Ellswortah and Greenford.

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