Dayton, OH – Tornado Warning Issued for 120,000 Ohio Residents


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The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Miami and Montgomery counties. The warning, issued at 3:43 PM on Sunday, is in effect until 4:15 PM EDT.

According to the National Weather Service, radar has indicated the presence of a tornado. Residents in the areas of Troy, Tipp City, and Englewood are advised to seek immediate shelter. The warning also includes Pleasant Hill, Ludlow Falls, and West Milton. No hail is expected with this storm, but the population at risk is estimated at 120,038 people, encompassing 40 schools and two hospitals.


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