Tornado warning ends for Marion, Crawford counties

Storm damage in Nevada, Ohio (Jordan Johnson, Facebook)

MARION, OH (WCMH) — A tornado warning was issued for Marion and Crawford Counties Friday as severe storms move through central Ohio.

NBC4’s Tara Lane says the radar indicated the possibility of some rotation. The storm is moving southeast at approximately 35 miles per hour.

No major damage has been reported yet. The warning ended at 12:45pm.

Click here to view all the active weather alerts for the area. Click here to view live VIPIR radar.

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