Tornado warnings in parts of central Ohio

THE HAIL HAS BEEN AROUND HALF- INCH. THEY ALL TEND TO POP UP. THE RED INDICATES WHAT WE ARE DEALING WITH. GALENA, SUNBURY, HARLEM AND JOHNSTOWN, LET ME CLEAR THIS BECAUSE WE ARE GOING TO GO BACK TO ANOTHER VIEW.>> LET'S GIVE HIM A SECOND TO GET THAT. CAN WE BRING UP THAT SHOT? THIS IS THE CAMERA BY POLARIS PARKWAY. YOU CAN SEE THE CAMERA IS MOUNTED AND AND SHAKING LIKE CRAZY. THERE ARE SHEETS OF RAIN COMING DOWN ON THE HIGHWAY RIGHT NOW. WE DO NOT SEE ANY INDICATION OR LIGHT FLASHES. YOU SEE THE LIGHTNING FLASHES, BUT THE POWER IS ON EVERYWHERE.   THAT IS A GOOD INDICATION THERE IS NOTHING ON THE GROUND AT THIS MOMENT.   IF YOU ARE IN THE AREA, FOR THESE FOLKS DRIVING, IT IS DANGEROUS. IF YOU ARE IN A HOTEL, THERE ARE MANY HOTELS, IT IS A HOLIDAY WEEKEND. YOU WANT TO GET THAT SAFE SPOT IN THE HOTEL AS WELL. THE LOWEST FLOOR. YOU WANT TO GET AWAY FROM THE WINDOWS. IF YOU HAVE GOT A ROOM THAT FACES THE WEST OR SOUTH, GET AWAY FROM THAT BECAUSE WINDOWS IN THE HOTELS, YOU GET HAIL, THAT COULD BREAK THAT AS WELL. IF YOU ARE IN WESTERVILLE TOWARDS SUNBURY, YOU WOULD TO TAKE COVER RIGHT NOW. YOU ARE UNDER A TORNADO WARNING THAT EXTENDS PAST MIDNIGHT TONIGHT FOR THAT AREA. AGAIN, YOU CAN SEE THAT CELL IS DANGEROUS AND CROSSING THE CREEK . THAT WILL BE CROSSING INTERSTATE 71 NORTH OF POLARIS HEADING IN TOWARDS SUNBURY. WE HAVE GOT SOME HEAVY RAIN FALLING ACROSS MOST OF FRANKLIN.>> I DON'T KNOW THAT WE HAVE EVER HAD SO MANY WARNINGS AT ONCE IN A LONG TIME. ROTATING AROUND. FOLKS ARE DEALING WITH DIFFERENT STORMS.   THE TORNADO CONFIRMED NEAR VANDALIA. THAT WOULD BE THIS CLUSTER OF STORMS RIGHT NOW. THAT IS ONE OF THE CELL'S HEADING TOWARDS JEFFERSONVILLE. THE OTHER IS BY HUBER HEIGHTS. THESE COULD GET INTO FAYETTE TEETH MOVING AT 35 MILES AN HOUR. WE HAVE THE TORNADO WARNING UNTIL MIDNIGHT NEAR POLARIS. FOR THE CELL'S OVER FRANKLIN, WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING AT THE CAMERAS, I WAS LOOKING FOR ROTATION SIGNATURES. I DO NOT SEE WHAT WE SAW EARLIER. PERHAPS THE RAIN COOLED THE OUTFLOW. THERE IS SO MUCH RAIN GOING ON HERE THAT IT IS COMING OFF AIR THAT MIGHT BE TRYING TO COME IN AND SPEND. WHEN HE SEES STORMS BY THEMSELVES, THAT WOULD BE THE STORM AND PICK AWAY COUNTY, ALSO THE TORNADO WARNING THAT INCLUDES FRANKLIN, THAT IS A DIFFERENT STORY BECAUSE THAT ONE HAS UNIMPEDED INFLOW.   THE AIR CAN ROTATE. I WILL GO TIGHTLY ON THIS BY ASHEVILLE AND WALNUT IF YOU LOOK TO THE SOUTH, THIS IS AN AREA OF CONCERN.   THE AIR MAY BE SPINNING ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL PORTIONS OF PICK AWAY COUNTY. THE TORNADO WARNING GOES UP INTO FRANKLIN COUNTY. IT LOOKS LIKE THE MAJORITY OF THIS STORM WILL PUSH INTO WESTERN FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEAR WINCHESTER TOWARDS CAROL. THAT STORM, BECAUSE IT IS FREE AIR ENERGY FROM THE SOUTH, POTENTIALLY, THAT SUPERCELL HAS MORE DANGER, AS TO THESE. THESE ARE TWIN ROTATING STORMS BY CEDARVILLE AND HUBER HEIGHTS. AS QUICKLY AS THEY ARE MOVING, WE WATCH NORTHERN FAYETTE COUNTY. THEY WILL PASS MADISON COUNTY. NORTHERN GREEN IN NORTHERN FAYETTE COUNTY'S, IS THIS CLUSTER OF STORMS WORKS ITS WAY SOUTHEAST, SLIDING BACK TO THE NORTH, I WILL KEEP AN EYE ON WHAT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE REPORTS. I HAVE NOT SEEN ANY ADDITIONAL INDICATIONS OF GRAND CONFIRMATION. WE PUT THE TRACKER ON THE CORE LIVING THROUGH FRANKLIN COUNTY. IT IS POURING ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTION OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. THIS HAD ROTATION NEAR POLARIS. IT IS NOW THE LEAD STORM. THERE ARE SO MANY CELL'S. HERE IS THE POLARIS STORM. 11:46. THAT IS WHY THE TORNADO WARNING GOES UNTIL MID NIGHT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY. THIS INCLUDES JOHNSTOWN. YOU ARE HEARING SIRENS IN DELAWARE COUNTY AND PORTIONS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. HERE IS ANOTHER STRONG STORM. >> NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR FRANKLIN IN LINCOLN COUNTY. THAT DOES INCLUDE A CELL THAT IS DIRECTLY OVERHEAD RIGHT NOW. RIGHT OVER OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY AT THIS TIME.>> WE HAD SHOWN A LITTLE BIT OF ROTATION. I DON'T KNOW IF WE CAN SEE THAT IN THE RADAR. IT IS TOUGH. LET ME CLEAR THIS BECAUSE THEY ARE TWO AREAS OF CONCERN WHERE WE HAVE RED AND GREEN RIGHT HERE. THIS IS NEAR OHIO STATE. THERE IS ANOTHER ONE. HERE IS ANOTHER AROUND SUNBURY. ALL THESE VORTICES, THERE IS SPIN IN THE ATMOSPHERE. IN CASE YOU ARE WONDERING, THAT IS WHY THE TORNADO WARNING BOXES ARE WHERE THEY ARE. WE LOCATED THREE DIFFERENT CENTERS OF SPIN AND FRANKLIN AND DELAWARE COUNTY'S. THAT IS NOT EVEN INCLUDING WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE SOUTHWEST. >> YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN TALKING, WE ARE NOT SEEING ANYTHING ON THE GROUND, BUT I AM HEARING FROM VIEWERS ALL OVER THE PLACE   WHO ARE HEEDING THESE TORNADO WARNINGS FROM DUBLIN AND HALYARD. PEOPLE SAY THEY ARE HEARING THE WARNINGS. HOPEFULLY, THEY HAVE GOT THAT   STORM TEAM WEATHER APP ON THEIR PHONE SO THEY CAN GET TO A SAFE PLACE AND NOT WORRY ABOUT WATCHING IT ON TV. STAY SAFE, GET WHERE IT IS SAFE ? SIRENS ARE ALSO GOING UP IN GRANDVIEW. >> AND FRANKLIN COUNTY, THAT CHANGES THE PERSPECTIVE. THE STORMS ARE MOVING EAST AT 35 MILES AN HOUR. ARE LOOKING AT THE EASTERN HALF OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. AS WE SAID, THIS STORM IS OVER OHIO STATE. ARE NORTH OF OHIO STATE HERE.>> WE CAN PROBABLY USE OUR TOWER CAM AND SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE THE BACKYARD TO SEE IF WE CAN SEE ANYTHING TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST RIGHT NOW. A GOOD INDICATION, YOU CAN SEE A LOT OF LIGHT ON THE GROUND. A LOT OF ELECTRICITY ON THE GROUND. WE ARE NOT HAVING POWER FLASHES. WE ARE SCANNING THE SKIES. YOU NOTICE THERE COULD BE A COUPLE SPOTS WHERE THERE IS SOME POWER MISSING. WE ARE IN A POPULATED AREA. LET ME BRING THIS BACK UP. >> WE HAVE HEARD 99% POWER OUTAGE IN THE CITY OF DAYTON.>> THAT IS 4500 CUSTOMERS WITHOUT POWER RIGHT NOW. >> 4500? >> THE SOUTHERN STORM JUDGMENT THAT HAS BEEN ALLOWED TO EXPIRE. >> THE NORTHERN PART OF FRANKLIN COUNTY -- >> THAT IS THE CELL RIGHT OVER OHIO STATE THAT HAS NOW PUSHED EAST. THAT IS STILL A TORNADO WARNING. >> THAT IS NEAR THE LINDA NEIGHBORHOOD. IF YOU ARE IN LINDEN OR MINERVA PARK NEAR CLINTONVILLE, YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT RIGHT NOW BETWEEN HIGHWAY 70 NEAR AT 161. YOU WANT TO GET YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. YOU ARE UNDER A TORNADO WARNING THAT EXTENDS PAST MIDNIGHT TONIGHT FOR THIS AREA. THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS CELL THAT WILL HAVE DUSTY WINDS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF HAIL . WITH THE TORNADO WARNING, WE HAVE THE POSSIBILITY OF A TORNADO WITH ROTATION. THAT IS A VERY DANGEROUS CELL. TOWARDS THE EAST, THAT SAME CELL, THEY HAVE ISSUED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING AS WELL. THAT WILL BE IN FAYETTE COUNTY. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE TO WATCH THIS CLOSELY BECAUSE THAT IS GOING TO BE A DANGEROUS CELL. WE HAVE HEAVY RAIN AND   THUNDERSTORMS ALL THE WAY UP 71 TOWARDS SUNBURY TOWARDS WESTERVILLE. PARTS OF WESTERVILLE IS UNDER A TORNADO WARNING. YOU HAVE TWO CLUSTERS, ONE TO   THE NORTH NEAR GALENA MOVING PARALLEL TO LUIS HUNTER ROAD. THAT WILL BE MOVING TOWARDS JOHNSTOWN. WE HAVE ANOTHER CLUSTER OF STORMS CROSSING INTERSTATE 71 BETWEEN CLINTONVILLE IN LINDEN. THIS WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE SOUTH OF MINERVA PARK. YOU NEED TO BE IN THAT SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. IF YOU ARE INTO NEW ALBANY. >> THE WEATHER SERVICE IS LOOKING AT THIS STORM INDICATING THIS IS THE POLARIS ROTATION. IT IS NOW IN THE VICINITY OF SUNBURY. IT IS PRETTY BROAD BECAUSE I THINK THERE IS SO MUCH RAIN OUT THERE CONSUMING AND SWIRLING. IT MAKES IT DANGEROUS BECAUSE THE RAIN WRAPPED STORMS CANNOT BE SEEN. EVERYONE SHOULD BE IN A SAFE PLACE RIGHT NOW. AND FRANKLIN, DELAWARE, AND WESTERN LINCOLN COUNTY'S. THESE STORMS ARE MOVING NORTHEAST OF 35 MILES AN HOUR. IT DOES NOT MEAN THE STORM IS OVER. WE ARE STILL DEALING WITH POTENTIAL HEAVY RAIN, FREQUENT CLOUD LIGHTNING AND HAIL. THE HAS NOT BEEN IMPRESSIVE. WE DO NOT WANT TO LOSE TRACK OF THESE STORMS. I WILL SLIDE THIS UP TO THE NORTH BECAUSE THERE IS A STORM HEADING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY. IT HAS A TORNADO WARNING ALSO. THIS IS UNTIL 12:15. THIS IS BRAND-NEW. WE WILL AT THAT TO OUR INFORMATION. YOU CAN SEE THE TORNADO WARNING AND THE RED BOX HAS GONE INTO SOUTHWEST MADISON AND WESTERN PORTIONS OF FAYETTE COUNTY. THESE WERE TWO STORMS THAT HAD TORNADOES ON THE GROUND. THIS IS ON THE BACK EDGE BY HUBER HEIGHTS AND DAYTON. THERE ARE SO MANY STORMS HERE. EACH ONE OF THESE DEVELOPS ROTATION. YOU CAN REALLY SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING. THIS IS THE AREA I WOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT AS THE STORM MOVES INTO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF FAYETTE COUNTY. AT THE FRONT END, BUT THIS IS WHERE THERE IS SOME ROTATION. THIS IS WHAT WE CALL A CLASSIC ECHO. AIR IS SPIRALING IN. YOU HAVE THE RAIN COMING OUT THIS WAY AND THEN YOU HAVE THE INFLOW. THIS AREA, NOW THAT WE HAVE IDENTIFIED IT, IT IS BETWEEN CEDARVILLE AND SOUTH. IF WE CAN JUST KEEP GOING NO LONGER A TORNADO STORM EAST OF CIRCLEVILLE HEADING INTO FAIRFIELD, BUT STILL A VERY POWERFUL STORM, THAT IS GOING TO MOVE INTO LANCASTER. >> NEW TORNADO FOR FAYETTE AND MADISON. >> THAT IS THE STORM WE WERE JUST LOOKING AT. AGAIN, STARTING FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, WE HAVE TORNADO WARNINGS AND DELAWARE COUNTY SOUTH OF THE CITY OF DELAWARE. THAT INCLUDES SUNBURY. THAT GOES INTO NORTHWESTERN LINCOLN COUNTY. TORNADO WARNING NUMBER TWO, WHICH GOES UNTIL 12:15. I WILL CLICK ON THE BOXES. THAT IS FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY. IT LOOKS LIKE THE THREAT HAS ENDED IN WESTERN AND SOUTHERN FRANKLIN. NO LONGER A TORNADO WARNED STORM AND PICK AWAY, BUT STILL A POWERFUL STORM. WE HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS ONE BECAUSE THIS HAS HAD A CONFIRMED TORNADO. SOUTHWEST MADISON AND NORTHWEST FAYETTE COUNTY'S COMING OUT OF GREENE COUNTY TO THE NORTHEAST OF XENIA. EVERYONE OF THESE, YOU SHOULD BE IN THE BASEMENT OR LOWEST FLOOR TAKING COVER.>> AS YOU HAVE BEEN TALKING, I HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT THE RADAR. WE HAVE GOT HOME WEATHER STATIONS. MINE IS SHOWING FOUR INCH RAINFALL RATES. I LIVE UP IN DELAWARE COUNTY. THE OTHER THING YOU HAVE GOT TO BE CAREFUL OF IS IS IF YOU ARE TRYING TO DRIVE AWAY, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO. WE ARE SEEING HEAVY AMOUNTS OF RAIN. ROADWAYS ARE GOING TO BE FLOODED OVER AND YOU ARE GETTING RAINFALL RATES DUMPING TWO INCHES OF RAIN. THIS IS VERY INTENSE. THAT IS GOING TO CONTINUE TO PUSH UP TO THE EAST. IF YOU ARE IN LINCOLN COUNTY IN JOHNSTOWN, THAT IS GOING TO BE A DANGEROUS PART OF THE STORM. THERE IS A NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR FAIRFIELD AND PICK AWAY COUNTIES TO THE SOUTH. THIS IS RIGHT NEAR CIRCLEVILLE. >> THEY JUST REISSUED IT. THEY DROPPED THE WARNING AND NOW THEY HAVE REISSUED IT. THIS STILL LOOKS LIKE A POTENT STORM. EAST OF NASHVILLE TOWARDS LANCASTER. IF YOU'RE IN LANCASTER, YOU NEED TO BE HEADING TO YOUR SAFE SPACE. THIS IS ANOTHER STORM ROTATING. IF YOU LOOK AT THE RADAR HERE, LET ME FIND A BETTER WAY TO LOOK AT THAT. THERE IS THE CORE RIGHT NOW, WHICH IS MOVING INTO WESTERN FAIRFIELD COUNTY. YOU SEE ALL THESE TWISTS. THAT IS AN AREA WE WORRY ABOUT. LET ME GO BACK TO THE TRADITIONAL VIEW. WE ARE LOOKING AT VELOCITY TO LOOK AT THE SPIN. THE BACK EDGE OF THESE STORMS, IT HAS BEEN THE BACK EDGE WHERE WE SEE ROTATION. THEN WE GET THE HAIL. AHEAD OF IT, WE HAVE HEAVY RAIN. TO THE SOUTH, THERE IS NOT MUCH GOING ON. THE INFLOW OR FEED OF MOIST AIR, WHICH IS UNDISTURBED IS COMING UP IN THIS DIRECTION. THAT IS FEEDING INTO ALL THESE CELL'S ROTATING. THE RAIN HAS GOTTEN MORE SPREAD OUT OVER LINCOLN COUNTY AND FRANKLIN COUNTY. THAT STARTS TO CUT UP SOME OF THE INFLOW. THESE ARE STILL DANGEROUS. I WENT TO LOOK AT THE STORM BY NEW ALBANY BECAUSE THAT IS PRETTY STRONG. I AM TRYING TO KEEP THIS ABOVE THE BANNER. LET'S GO OVER TO COLLEEN FOR   MORE INFORMATION. >> WE ARE SEEING SOME PICTURES COMING IN FROM THE DAYTON METRO AREA. WALLS COLLAPSED. IT LOOKS LIKE ONE HOME WAS SUSTAINED FOR HEAVY DAMAGE. WE CONTINUE TO GET REPORTS THAT PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED IN THE TROTWOOD AREA, IN THE DAYTON AREA. THE PLACES YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN SHOWING US WHERE THESE STORMS WENT THROUGH WITHIN THE LAST HOUR OR SO. IT LOOKS AS IF THERE IS SOME CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE THAT WILL BE LEFT BEHIND FROM THESE STORMS.>> WE ARE SEEING REPORTS OF MULTIPLE STRUCTURES THAT HAVE COLLAPSED WITH PEOPLE TRAPPED. >> AS I SAID, WE ARE HEARING FROM PEOPLE HERE IN THE COURT OF CENTRAL OHIO. THEY ARE SEEING HEAVY WIND DAMAGE ENTRIES DOWN. NOT A LOT OF POWER OUTAGES YET HERE. WE ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON THAT. >> TO WHAT YOU JUST SAID HEIGHTENED WIND SPEED TO THE NORTH OF OHIO STATE AND IN THE LINDEN AREA, THE RADAR IS SHOWING 80 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS HERE. THIS STORM, I WILL HAVE TO SLIDE THIS UP. AND HAS GOTTEN STRONGER. THAT IS VERY CONCERNING. >> WHAT WE ARE DOING IS WE ARE FINDING WE HAVE ALL THESE TOOLS, WHICH WE CAN REALLY ZOOM IN STREET LEVEL AND FIND WHERE THERE RADAR ALGORITHMS ARE PICKING UP EITHER ROTATION OR STRONG WINDS. I WILL MOVE THIS AROUND. >> FIFTH AVENUE TOWARDS TAYLOR STATION, THIS AREA WILL BE RIGHT IN THE CONCERNED AREA. 80 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS. THIS IS THE POTENTIAL OF SEEING QUARTER SIZED HAIL. ONE OF THE OTHER AREAS I WANTED TO LOOK AT WAS NEAR GREEN FAYETTE AND MADISON COUNTY LINE. THAT IS THAT SAME CELL . IF HE CAN MOVE THE MAP UP, YOU CAN   SEE IN THIS AREA, THIS IS GETTING STRONGER. IF YOU ARE NEAR JEFFERSONVILLE AND FAYETTE COUNTY, MIDWAY, BLOOMING BERG, YOU HAVE MINUTES. THAT IS IT TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. NOTICE THE COLORS. WE HAVE RED AND YELLOW INDICATIONS SHOWING STRONG WINDS, I ALMOST THINK I SEE AN ORANGE IN THEIR. THAT IS AN INDICATION OF 100+ MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS . YOU CAN SEE TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST, THIS ORANGE COLOR RIGHT HERE COMMIT THAT INDICATE 80 TO 100 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS RIGHT IN THAT AREA. THAT IS ALSO SHOWING THE TORNADO INDEX NUMBER AT A FIVE. WHEN WE HAVE SEEN THAT NUMBER AT A FIVE OR LARGER, THAT HAS BEEN A CONFIRMED INDICATION OF A TORNADO. THIS IS GETTING STRONGER. IF YOU ARE IN YOUR RANGE OR MIDWAY, YOU NEED TO BE IN FAYETTE COUNTY IN YOUR SAFE SPOT. THIS IS MOVING TO THE EAST. 100% POSSIBILITY OF HAIL, LIKELY THAT WE HAVE HAIL FOLLY WITH THIS. YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE EXTREMELY STRONG WINDS . I THINK THE POSSIBILITY OF A TORNADO AS THIS SEEMS TO BE GETTING STRONGER. THIS WAS THE SAME CELL THAT DID PRODUCE A TORNADO NEAR THE DAYTON METRO. THAT HAS PRODUCED DAMAGE ALL THE WAY SENSE THROUGH PARTS OF GREENE COUNTY AND CONTINUING OVER INTO FAYETTE COUNTY. THAT TORNADO WARNING EXTENDS UNTIL 12:30 TONIGHT FOR FAYETTE COUNTY. WE HAVE STILL GOT THAT STRONG CELL MOVING OUT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY INTO LINCOLN. THAT IS ANOTHER ONE. THIS CONTINUES UNTIL 12:15. THAT IS MOVING TO THE EAST AT 35 MILES PER HOUR. THAT IS A DANGEROUS CELL. THAT WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE INTO LINCOLN COUNTY. IF YOU ARE NEAR THE EASTON AREA MOVING TOWARDS AETNA AND   WHITEHALL, NEW ALBANY, IT IS GOING TO BE BAD SOUTH OF NEW ALBANY. IT WILL EVENTUALLY MOVE INTO LINCOLN COUNTY BY AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TOWARDS GRANVILLE. THAT WILL BE A SPOT TOWARDS NEWARK IF YOU ARE IN LINCOLN COUNTY RIGHT NOW, IN NEWARK OR GRANVILLE, YOU ARE TECHNICALLY UNDER THIS WARNING. YOU HAVE MINUTES TO GET YOUR SAFE SPOT. YOU NEED TO GET YOUR SAFE SPOT. YOU ARE ON THE EDGE OF THAT TORNADO WARNING. THIS IS DANGEROUS. THAT WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE TO THE EAST AT 35 MILES PER HOUR. IT COULD PRODUCE A TORNADO AND QUARTER SIZED HAIL. LIKE THE CELL MOVING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY, DATA SHOWING THE POSSIBILITY OF GOLF BALL -SIZED HAIL. >> WE HAVE A TORNADO BY FAIRBORN. THAT WOULD BE THE SECOND OF THESE CELLS MOVING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY. IT IS TWO SUPERCELLS. WE KNOW THIS HAS A TORNADO.   THIS HAS A STRONG SIGNATURE TO THE WEST OF JEFFERSONVILLE GETTING READY TO CROSS 71. YOU ARE HEARING SIRENS OVER EASTERN SECTIONS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. THIS IS THE TORNADO WARNING. I WILL ZOOM IN TIGHTER. 12:15 FOR FRANKLIN. DOWN TO THE SOUTH, A TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 12:15. THIS IS FAIRFIELD COUNTY. EASTERNMOST PICCOLA COUNTY IS CLEARED OF THAT STORM. FAIRFIELD COUNTY AND FRANKLIN COUNTY IN LINCOLN COUNTY, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT POPULOUS AREAS. YOU NEED TO SEEK SHELTER. THESE ARE MOVING TO THE SOUTHEAST. >> NORTHERN TORNADO WARNING FOR DELAWARE AND LINCOLN COUNTY ON THE NORTHEAST QUARTER, THAT HAS BEEN EXPIRED. THAT TORNADO WARNING, YOU WILL SEE THIS ONE UP HERE. I WILL BE POPPING OFF. THAT IS NOT MEAN YOU ARE OUT OF THE DANGER ZONE. WE HAVE TO KEEP AN EYE OUT. YOU SEE THIS CELL READ HERE. THAT WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH TOWARDS THE NORTHEAST. THAT WILL BE CROSSING HIGHWAY 13 MOVING TOWARDS UTICA. YOU NEED TO BE CAREFUL IF YOU ARE IN THAT AREA. THAT IS STILL A DANGEROUS CELL. THIS IS MOVING AWAY FROM SUNBURY . I EXPECT TO SEE FREQUENT LIGHTNING AND HAIL WITH THIS. AS BEN WAS MENTIONING, THESE ARE GOING THROUGH POPULATED AREAS. THE CELL THAT MOVED THROUGH DAYTON, THERE ARE NOT A LOT OF FOLKS TO HIDE, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE ON THE ROADS. IF YOU ARE TO THE EAST, YOU NEED TO TAKE CAUTION NOW AND REALIZE IF YOU ARE INTO PERRY COUNTY, YOU WILL HAVE THESE IN YOUR BACKYARD. YOU CAN SEE INTO FAIRFIELD, WE HAVE THIS STRONG CELL MOVING INTO LANCASTER. WE HAVE GOT THAT CELL THAT SHOULD BE THERE ANY MINUTE. >> THE HARDER THE STORM IN THE NEXT HALF HOUR, I WENT TO DO SEVERAL THINGS AND THROW IT TO COLLEEN. A TIGHT LOOK AT THE STORM AND FAIRFIELD. YOU CAN SEE THE HEAVIEST PART OF THE RAIN. WE ARE GOING TO ZOOM BACK INTO FRANKLIN COUNTY TO SEE THE POWERFUL PART OF THE STORM BY NEW ALBANY. IT IS RAINING HARD IN SO MANY PLACES. >> WE HAVE TO HOPE THE TORNADO DOES NOT TOUCH THE GROUND. WE ARE NOW GETTING REPORTS OF CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE. BUILDINGS ARE ON FIRE. PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED. THE ROADWAYS ARE COVERED WITH DEBRIS. THEY ARE HAVING TROUBLE REACHING PEOPLE WHO ARE DEALING WITH HEAVY DAMAGE. IT SOUNDS AS IF A TORNADO HIT A HEAVILY POPULATED AREA OF THAT CITY. WE HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THESE REPORTS. PEOPLE ARE REPORTING POLICE SCANNER INFORMATION ABOUT ALL OF THE TRAPPED PEOPLE IN THE FIRES AND SPARKS. THE TORNADO WAS APPARENTLY ON THE GROUND FOR QUITE SOME TIME. >> IS HAS THAT ALTHOUGH PEOPLE TOOK COVER, THEY ARE NOT TRAPPED IN THEIR BASEMENTS AND HOUSES. POLICE CANNOT GET THAT AREA BECAUSE OF THE POWER LINES. PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED BETWEEN SALEM AND WESTBROOK STREETS. A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE NAMING THE NEIGHBORHOODS WHERE THIS REALLY HIT HARD. IT SEEMS TO BE A VERY POPULATED AREA.>> CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE. WE ARE HEARING FROM PEOPLE HERE IN CENTRAL OHIO WHO HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THE LINE OF THIS STORM AND TELLING US THEY ARE HEARING THE SIRENS AND THEY ARE GOING FOR COVER. SO FAR, BUT WE ARE HEARING IS DOWNED POWER LINES. WE ARE HEARING ABOUT TREES, SOME MINOR PROPERTY DAMAGE, BUT NOTHING LIKE A TORNADO ON THE GROUND SO FAR FROM WHAT WE ARE HEARING.>> I HAVE JUST CIRCLED. WE ARE GOING INTO HIGHER TECHNOLOGY THAT WE NORMALLY DO NOT TAP. WE ARE SHOWING BROAD ROTATION IN THE NORTHEASTERN CORNER OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. NOT TIGHTLY INTERTWINED, BUT THIS IS NOT GOOD. I WILL ZOOM IN TIGHTER. THE ROTATION IS BROADER. WE WANT TO COME BACK. I WILL PUT IT BACK ON THE TRADITIONAL VIEW TO SEE IF WE CAN PICK UP WHAT IS HAPPENING. THIS IS WHERE ROTATION CAN BE ALOFT. AND HIGHLIGHTS WHERE THE DANGER IS. EVEN WITHOUT SOME CLASSIC TORNADO SIGNATURES. FROM WHAT WE JUST INDICATED, WHERE WE SEE THE CORES, SOME OF THE DEEPER REDS, THAT IS NEW ALBANY HEADING BITE HUMANS CORNER. THERE WAS A DEFINITE ROTATION. THAT IS WHY THE TORNADO WARNING CONTINUES UNTIL 12:15 FOR WESTERN LINCOLN COUNTY. >> IF WE CAN GO BACK TO THAT FELL DOWN TO THE SOUTH, THE SAME ONE THAT COLLEEN AND DENTAL WERE TALKING ABOUT NEAR JEFFERSONVILLE RIGHT NOW, THAT CELL, YOU NOTICE WE HAVE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS FOR THE DAYTON METRO, TORNADO WARNINGS THROUGH PARTS OF GREENE COUNTY, ALSO THROUGH CLARK COUNTY AND SOUTHERN MADISON COUNTY INTO FAYETTE COUNTY. WE HAVE GOT TORNADO WARNINGS IN THIS AREA. THIS HAS SHOWN AN INDICATION OF GETTING STRONGER AGAIN AS A IS MOVING TOWARDS JAMESTOWN. IF YOU ARE NEAR JEFFERSONVILLE, THESE ARE AREAS THAT YOU NEED TO BE VERY CAREFUL AND HAD TO THE SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS GOING TO BE A DANGEROUS CELL AS IT IS MOVING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY NORTH OF JEFFERSONVILLE. WHEN THIS MOVE THROUGH DAYTON, IT CAUSED DAMAGE. WE ARE GETTING REPORTS FROM THE DAYTON AREA OF A LOT OF MAJOR   DAMAGE TO WELL-BUILT STRUCTURES AND BUILDINGS THAT ARE IN THAT AREA. YOU NOTICE RIGHT HERE, LOOK AT THIS NORTH OF JEFFERSONVILLE. WE ARE SHOWING A STRAIGHT LINE PATH RIGHT THERE OF 80+ MILE- PER-HOUR WINDS . THIS SHOWS YOU HOW TIGHT THE RHYTHM IS AT LEAST THE ALGORITHMS. LET ME CLEAR THAT. YOU CAN SEE WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE OVER GAHANNA. THAT STORM OVER THE EASTERN PORTION OF FRANKLIN COUNTY HAS WINDS PAST THE AIRPORT. THAT IS THE STRONGEST WIND WE HAVE IN THE METRO. NOT ALL OF THIS MAY MAKE IT TO THE GROUND AT THESE SPEEDS. THAT IS WHAT THE RADAR IS DETECTING. >> THE PICCOLA STORM WAS CANCELED FOR PICCOLA COUNTY. IT WAS CONTINUING NOW FOR FAIRFIELD COUNTY UNTIL 12:15 AND CONTINUING FOR MADISON COUNTY. THE POSSIBILITY WITHOUT STORM IN FAYETTE COUNTY AND POSSIBLY UP TO, THAT CELL IS SHOWING THE POTENTIAL OF UP TO GOLF BALL -SIZED HAIL. THAT IS THE SAME CELL THAT HAS BEEN VERY DANGEROUS THROUGH THE NIGHT TONIGHT WITH TORNADO ACTIVITY BEING CONFIRMED TOWARDS THE WEST. IF YOU ARE IN FAYETTE COUNTY, THE NORTHERN HALF, NORTH OF WASHINGTON, THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE COUNTY, YOU NEED TO BE IN THAT SAFE SPOT.   IT IS A DANGEROUS CELL TARGET DOES HAVE THE POTENTIAL OF PRODUCING LARGE HAIL AND A TORNADO. A LARGE TORNADO IS POSSIBLE AS IT IS APPEARS THAT CELL IS GETTING STRONGER. IT IS PUSHING OUT TOWARDS THE EAST. WE HAVE ANOTHER ONE MOVING ACROSS 33 IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEAR LANCASTER. THAT WILL CONTINUE UP 22. THAT IS GOING TOWARDS PLEASANTVILLE. YOU NEED TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT NOW. WE ARE WARNING YOU NOT TO GIVE YOU TIME TO GET TO THAT SPOT SO YOU CAN BE SAFE. THIS SHOULD CONTINUE TO TRAVEL SOUTH OF BUCKEYE LAKE. BASICALLY NEAR PATAPSCO THE, WE HAVE ANOTHER STRONG CELL MOVING OUT OF GAHANNA. THAT WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE TOWARDS GRANVILLE AND NEWARK AND EVENTUALLY CROSS 13 AND CONTINUE DOWN 161 AND 16 OVER TOWARDS SHARPTON COUNTY. PLEASE CONTINUE UNTIL 12:30. WE HAVE ANOTHER TORNADO WARNING . A SECOND TORNADO WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED AND CLARK AND GREENE COUNTY. AND OTHER CELL IS IN CLOSELY WATCHED. ONCE THIS MOVES OUT OF FAYETTE COUNTY, THERE IS ANOTHER ONE.  >> I AM BASICALLY SHOWING YOU EACH OF THE DIFFERENT TIME FRAMES FOR THE ROTATION IN THESE STORMS. THAT STORM NEAR YELLOW SPRINGS HAS A DEEP ROTATION. THEN WE JUMP OVER TO FAIRFIELD. THE STORMS HEADING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY ARE MOVING SOUTHEAST. THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENT TIME FRAMES TO LOOK AT. THERE ARE THE TORNADO WARNINGS UNTIL 1230 UNTIL 12, 15 FOR FAIRFIELD COUNTY. >> IT'S MUCH EASIER TO SEE WHERE THE EAST PORTION OF THE STORM IS. WE ARE HEARING SIRENS OUTSIDE OUR STUDIO. MOST OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, YOU ARE HEARING THE TORNADO SIRENS. ALSO UP IN LICHEN COUNTY, YOU CAN SEE THE STORM MOVING EAST, AND ABOUT 26 MILES-PER-HOUR, EVERYONE OF THESE IS INTENSE, BUT THE FOUR HERE IN LINCOLN COUNTY MOVING OUT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY HAS THE STRONGEST WINDS CROSSING THE FAYETTE COUNTY LINE. IT'S PRETTY OBVIOUS WHERE YOU SEE THE STRONGEST WINDS, BUT ALSO SOME COLORS. WE WILL GO TO OUR REGULAR RADAR POSITION, AND REORIENT EVERYONE. WESTERN FRANKLIN COUNTY, THE STORM THREAT IS MOVING EAST. BUT THERE IS SO MANY EMBEDDED STORMS THAT HAVE BEEN ROTATING CONSISTENTLY THROUGH HERE FROM EASTERN FRANKLIN COUNTY, WESTERN LICKING COUNTY. YOU HAVE UNIMPEDED MOIST AIR FROM THE SOUTH. THAT'S A TORNADO WARNING FOR LICKING COUNTY UNTIL 12:30. THE STORM IS LOCATED OVER SUMMIT STATION EAST AT 35. LET ME CLEAR THE SCREEN AGAIN AND LET YOU POINT THAT OUT, BUT THERE IS SUMMIT STATION. I AM GOING TO PUT THAT UP HIGH. AGAIN, WE HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THIS STORM SOUTH OF NEW ALBANY INTO LICKING COUNTY AND OVER BY PATAPSCO. >> THIS NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING IN TELL 12:30 FOR LICKING COUNTY, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED ROTATION. THIS ROTATION NEAR PATAPSCO CROSSING UP 16, UP NEAR GRANDVILLE. THIS BOX EXTENDS FROM THE LICKING COUNTY LINE THROUGH GRANDVILLE, NEWARK, BUCKEYE LAKE. YOU ARE UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING. NOT OVER TO HANOVER YET. ALEXANDRIA, YOU ARE UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING. YOU NEED TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. GUSTY WINDS, POSSIBLE TORNADOES AND HAIL TO POSSIBLE QUARTER- SIZED HAIL, ONE INCH DIAMETER, AND RADAR IS INDICATING OUT OF COLUMBUS, RADAR INDICATING A POSSIBLE TORNADO RIGHT TO THE WEST OF PATAPSCO. I BET IF WE COULD TURN ON THE CMH RADAR ON THE TOP HERE, AND SEE RIGHT IN THIS AREA, IF WE CLICK ON THAT, IT'S DIFFICULT TO SEE WEST OF COLUMBUS IN THIS AREA OR WEST OF PATAPSCO AVENUE. THAT IS SOUTH OF NEW ALBANY. THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO PUSH OFF TO THE EAST. >> CHECK THIS OUT. >> THAT APPEARS TO BE POSSIBLY REFLECTIVITY RIGHT IN THERE. >> VERY INTENSE ANGLE. NOW I'M GOING TO GIVE YOU THE ROTATION. >> YOU CAN SEE IT WEST OF THE TESLA ALONG 16. >> IT'S A VERY SMALL ZONE. THAT'S THE INS AND OUTS RIGHT THERE. THAT'S WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR. WE ARE GOING BASICALLY ABOUT A MILE AND HALF OFF TO THE EAST NORTHEAST NORTH OF SUMMIT STATION. WHAT IS THE SCOTT TAYLOR RIGHT HERE? >> JUST NORTH OF BROAD STREET AND TALAR ROAD, GOING UP 16. >> TOWARDS THE TERMINAL DOPPLER RADAR SITE. IF YOU ARE IN THE TESLA PATAPSCO LAST TRAINING, THIS IS MOVING EAST NORTHEAST TOWARD PATASKALA. IT IS SHOWING ROTATION. WE CAN SEE IT ON RADAR, SO YOU NEED TO GET TO YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY IF YOU ARE IN PATASKALA.   GET TO THE LOWEST ROOM OF THE HOUSE OR AN INNERMOST ROOM. BATHROOM, CLOSET, SOMETHING WITHOUT WINDOWS TO THE OUTER PORTION OF THE HOUSE. >> IT HELPS TO USE RADAR. THIS IS IN PATASKALA. SO THAT IS WHY WE ARE GETTING SUCH A GREAT VIEW HERE, WHICH AGAIN, IT'S NOT AS STRONG HERE. >> YOU CAN SEE MORE OF A STRAIGHT LINE WIND, BUT STILL VERY DANGEROUS ALONG HERE. YOU CAN SEE THE BLURBS OF RED. THAT'S WHERE WE HAVE CIRCULATION SPOTS STARTING TO PICK UP ALONG THIS LINE. WE HAVE TO WATCH VERY CLOSELY. WE ARE WATCHING FOR THAT ROTATION TO PICK UP A LITTLE BIT MORE, AND THAT WOULD START TO BRING THAT INTO LANCASTER COUNTY. DANGEROUS CELL TOWARD FAIRFIELD COUNTY, AS WELL. >> TAKE A LOOK AT MT. STERLING. >> THAT'S THE SAME STORM CELL WE'VE BEEN WATCHING FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF HOURS NOW. IT'S PRODUCED SOME VERY LARGE DAMAGE OFF TO THE WEST. I WANT TO TOSS IT TO COLLEEN   MARSHALL. YOU HAVE SOME PICTURES BEING SHOWN ON SOCIAL MEDIA. >> THIS IS JUST ALONG I-75 NEAR DAYTON. WE ARE HEARING THERE IS CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE. THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS HE'S NEVER SEEN DAMAGE WORSE IN HIS ENTIRE CAREER. THIS IS SOME OF THE HIGHWAY DAMAGE, AND I KNOW WHEN YOU TRY TO DETERMINE WHEN IT'S A TORNADO, YOU LOOK FOR SIGNS OF ROTATION. THERE IS DEBRIS WRAPPED AROUND A POLE HERE ALONG I-75. LOTS OF DAMAGE. WE ARE TOLD MOST OF THE HIGHWAY IS CLOSED RIGHT NOW. I MADE THAT A LITTLE TOO BIG. BUT AGAIN, THESE ARE NIGHTTIME PICTURES, SO WE'RE GOING TO SHOW YOU AS BEST WE CAN, WHAT WE ARE SEEING. I SAW ANOTHER ONE DOWN HERE, AS WELL. I KEEP MAKING IT TOO BIG. MORE DAMAGE ALONG THE HIGHWAY. AS YOU CAN SEE, THE ROADS ARE CLOSED. EMERGENCY VEHICLES ARE OUT THERE. DANIELLE AVITABLE, WE HAVE A SISTER STATION IN DAYTON, AND DANIELLE AVITABLE HAS BEEN TRYING TO GET SOME INFORMATION FROM THEM. WE ARE TOLD THEY HAVE CREWS ON THE WAY. THERE IS ONE REPORTER IT HAS BEEN POSTING SOME THINGS ON TWITTER. DID YOU FIND SOMETHING FROM HER? >> THERE IS A REPORTER ON THE SCENE NOW SAYING WE CAN'T PLAY THIS VIDEO IN THE BROWSER, BUT WE WANT TO LET YOU KNOW WE HAVE HAD REPORTS IN DAYTON THAT PEOPLE ARE TRAPPED, THERE ARE FIRES BURNING, THEY'VE HAD HEAVY DAMAGE, AND AGAIN THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF IS SAYING IT'S THE WORST DAMAGE HE HAS SEEN IN HIS CAREER. >> THAT IS UNBELIEVABLE. WE WATCHED THIS TORNADO MOVE ACROSS THE DAYTON METRO IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. I WANT TO ALERT FOLKS, WE HAVE A NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING RIGHT NOW. WE HAVE TWO NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNINGS, SO LET'S WRAP THIS UP. WE'VE GOT ONE DOWN IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY AND HOCKING COUNTY UNTIL 12:45 THIS EVENING. IF YOU ARE IN LANCASTER OR DOWN IN BRENHAM TOWARD RUSHVILLE, PLEASANTVILLE, BASICALLY SOMERSET, JUNCTION CITY. ALL OF THESE LOCATIONS, NORTHERN HOCKING COUNTY, SOMERSET, PARTS OF PERRY COUNTY, YOU'RE NOT UNDER THE WARNING YET, BUT YOU NEED TO TAKE CAUTION IMMEDIATELY. THESE STORM CELL'S ARE PUSHING EAST. THEY ARE DANGEROUS AND THEY HAVE PRODUCED STRONG, GUSTY WINDS, HAIL AND THE POSSIBILITY OF DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED TORNADOES WITH THESE C.A.S.A. ROTATION SHOWING UP. THIS STORM CELL, POSSIBLY NICKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL. WE ALSO HAVE A NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR FAYETTE AND MADISON. IT'S LARGE AND FAST.   ANOTHER PART OF THE CELL, THE BACK PART OF THE CELL IS STARTING TO MOVE THROUGH.   >> THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INITIALLY INDICATED SOME INDICATION OF A WEAKENING OF THE SUPER CELLS COMING OUT OF THE TANDEM, THE STORMS COMING OUT OF GREENE COUNTY INTO FAYETTE COUNTY, BUT THEY ARE RAMPING UP AGAIN BECAUSE THEY ARE GETTING RENEWED ENERGY FROM THE SOUTH. I KEEP POINTING OUT THESE NOTCHES ARE IMPORTANT BECAUSE THEY TELL US NOT ONLY WERE ROTATION IS, BUT TO THE SOUTH WHERE IT HAS NOT RAINED, IT'S WARMER AND MORE HUMID. WE ALSO HAVE A WARM FRONT WHICH IS A BOUNDARY THAT'S SITTING RIGHT OFF TO THE NORTH HERE. BOUNDARY IS WHERE EVERYTHING COMES TOGETHER, AND THESE STORMS FOLLOW IT LIKE A HIGHWAY. WHILE STORMS TO THE NORTH ARE PROBABLY WEAKENING TO THE NORTH AND EAST OF COLUMBUS EXCEPT FOR FAIRFIELD COUNTY, EVERYTHING TO THE SOUTHEAST HAS FREE REIGN HERE BECAUSE IT'S GOT OPEN AIR, WARM, MOIST AIR. THESE STORMS ARE BEING REFUELED, AS IT WERE. JUST SORT OF AT LIKE INDY 500. THESE STORMS ARE TAKING UP AGAIN. WE ARE GOING TO SEE THEM PULSE UP AND DOWN, AND CONTINUE TO ROTATE ALONG THAT BOUNDARY. YOU GOT AIR COMING FROM THE SOUTHWEST, BUT YOU ALSO HAVE WINDS FROM THE NORTHWEST OVERHEAD. SO THAT'S WHERE THINGS BEGIN TO SPIN. IT MAKES SENSE THAT THESE WARNINGS TO THE SOUTH HAVE REAPPEARED.   WE JUST TALKED ABOUT FAIRFIELD COUNTY, ROSS PICK AWAY, MADISON COUNTY. ROSS COUNTY, IT IS THE NORTHERNMOST PORTION OF ROSS COUNTY IN THE WARNING, SO NOT CHILLICOTHE RIGHT NOW, BUT CIRCLEVILLE YES, AND ALSO WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, AND THIS ONE, OF COURSE, WAS THE TORNADO AT FAIRBORN, YOU MAY CONSIDER CONTINUE TO HEAR SIRENS. THE TORNADO WARNING FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY IS STILL IN EFFECT. IT'S ABOUT 12:15, SO -- >> THAT JUST APPEARS LIKE IT JUST EXPIRED. WE CAN TAKE THE BANNER OFF, GUYS IN THE BACK. THERE ARE NO MORE TORNADO WARNINGS FOR FRANKLIN OR DELAWARE COUNTIES, BUT AS SOON AS I SAY THAT, WE HAVE A NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR CLARK, FAYETTE, AND GREEN COUNTIES UNTIL 12:45. BUT AGAIN DELAWARE AND FRANKLIN COUNTY ARE UNDER INACTIVE TORNADO WARNINGS. ACTIVE WARNINGS FOR LICKING COUNTY, THE WESTERN PORTION EXTENDING THROUGH NEWARK. TORNADO WARNINGS IN FAYETTEVILLE FAYETTE COUNTY AND DOWN INTO THE NORTHERN PORTION OF HOCKING COUNTY. THAT EXTENDS ALL THE WAY UP TO BASICALLY THE EASTERN EDGE OR THE WESTERN EDGE OF PERRY COUNTY HERE. THAT EXTENDS THE TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 12:45. NOTICE THE SPEED AT ABOUT 45 MILES-PER-HOUR TO THE EAST. WE HAVE A VERY HIGH LIKELIHOOD OF HAIL. GENERALLY, NICKEL-SIZED. TORNADO INDEX ABOUT A 2.5 WITH A LOW CHANCE OF A TORNADO IN HERE, BUT STILL GOOD ENOUGH FOR BROUGHT ROTATION. WE SEEN IT NEAR LANCASTER. IT'S MOVING AWAY RIGHT NOW. WE HAVE ADDITIONAL SEVERE STORM WARNINGS. NOW, THEY ARE ALL JUST TORNADO WARNINGS. THAT'S GOING TO BE A VERY DANGEROUS LINE OF STORMS BECAUSE NOT ONLY IS FAYETTE COUNTY AND ROSS, NORTHERN ROSS COUNTY, AND MOST OF PICKAWAY COUNTY NOW, ARE YOU UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING IN THIS AREA BUT THOSE TORNADO WARNINGS EXTEND LIKE 65 MILES BACK TO THE WEST, SO YOU'VE GOT A TRAIN NOT ONLY TRAINING FOR HEAVY RAINFALL, BUT YOU ARE TRAINING OF MULTIPLE, VERY DANGEROUS STORMS BACK TO BACK TO BACK, MOVING INTO PARTS OF NORTHERN FAYETTE COUNTY, SOUTHERN MADISON AND PICKAWAY COUNTY. IF YOU ARE NOT THERE ALREADY OR IF YOU'VE GONE BACK UPSTAIRS FOR A FEW MINUTES, YOU NEED TO HEAD BACK TO YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY, ESPECIALLY FOR FAYETTE COUNTY AND PICKAWAY COUNTY. THAT'S GOING TO BE A VERY DANGEROUS AREA. I WANT TO TALK IT TO TOSS A TO CALLING. YOU HAVE MORE VIDEO? >> I THINK DANIEL WAS ABLE TO CALL THIS UP. WHAT ARE WE LOOKING AT HERE? I KNOW YOU'VE BEEN FOLLOWING THIS. >> Reporter: RIGHT NOW WE ARE SEEING STORM DAMAGE IN THE TROTWOOD AREA WHERE THEY SAY NEIGHBORS SAW STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. DEBRIS, FIREFIGHTERS IN THE AREA, AND HERE IS ANOTHER VIDEO WHERE YOU CAN JUST SEE A LOT OF POLICE PRESENCE IN THIS AREA. WE ARE TOLD PEOPLE HAVE BEEN TOLD TO PARK AND WALK TO THE AFFECTED AREA. YOU CAN SEE DEBRIS COVERS THE ROADWAYS. A LOT OF TOPPLED TREES. >> WE KNOW THERE IS ALSO WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES. I-75 WAS CLOSED FOR SOME TIME. DEBRIS WAS SCATTERED EVERYWHERE. I KNOW YOU AND DAVE ARE GOING TO BE HERE FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS, BUT WE WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW IN OUR NEWSROOM, WE HAVE CREWS HEADED TO THE HEAVIEST DAMAGE AREAS. WE WILL BE FOLLOWING THIS THROUGH THE NIGHT. NOT ONLY WITH YOU ON THE AIR BUT AT WWW.ABCI4.COM, AS WELL. >> WE NEED TO SEE THE DIRECTION THESE STORMS ARE MOVING. THEY ARE MOVING SOUTHEAST ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, BUT HERE WE GO. JUST TRYING TO GET A SENSE, YOU CAN SEE THE STORMS MOVING AWAY FROM THE I-70 CORRIDOR. I WILL LET THAT LAPSE A FEW TIMES, SO YOU GET ORIENTED. IT DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU ARE WATCHING FROM BECAUSE NOT ALL OF THE STORMS ARE MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION OR THE SAME DIRECTION. >> THEY ARE ALMOST TURNING BACK TO THE EAST A LITTLE BIT, KIND OF FLATTENING OUT IN THIS AREA. GRAB THE PEN TOOL AND DRAW A LINE ON THESE, AND SHOW THE DIRECTION THEY'VE BEEN TRACKING BECAUSE IT IS DIFFICULT. I MEAN, THERE IS A LOT TO LOOK AT, AND THEY ARE ALL MOVING IN SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS. LICKING COUNTY IS PULLING EAST NORTHEAST. THESE STORM CELL'S DOWN BY FAIRFIELD COUNTY, THOSE ARE GENERALLY PUSHING EAST AND THEN THESE CELLS ARE SLIDING EAST SOUTHEAST, AND THE STUFF IN DELEWARE COUNTY IS STARTING TO PULL NORTH, AS WELL. A LITTLE MORE NORTHEAST, SO WE'VE GOT A LOT OF DIFFERENT MOTIONS ON THESE. IT'S NOT AS SIMPLE AS LOOKING AT RADAR, AND SAYING THIS IS ALL MOVING EAST OR NORTHEAST. THIS ISN'T MOVING IN A UNIFORM DIRECTION.   >> I BELIEVE THERE IS A LOW PRESSURE AREA IN THE MID-LEVELS HERE. IT HAS A BROAD, COUNTERCLOCKWISE TURN. THEY ARE ESSENTIALLY UP AT THE MID-LEVEL. THE AIR IS CHURNING BROADLY AND YOU GET THESE SCALE ROTATION CENTERS OFF TO THE SOUTHEAST, SO I AM GOING TO RAISE THAT A LITTLE BIT HIGHER FOR YOU, BUT THAT'S WHAT IS HAPPENING. THAT'S WHY YOU SEE THIS BROAD CIRCULATION, SO THE AIR IS TURNING OVER A GOOD PORTION OF CENTRAL OHIO, AS KIND OF ONE BIG MERRY-GO-ROUND, AND WITHIN THAT, THINGS BEGIN TO SPIN ON A SMALLER SCALE AND THAT'S WHERE THE TORNADO WARNINGS ARE. THE REST DEPENDS UPON SMALLER BOUNDARIES, SO AGAIN JUST TO REITERATE, WE HAVE SO MANY   WARNINGS HERE. 12:30. >> YOU WANT TO TAKEOVER? YOU CAN JUST POINT. I WILL GIVE YOU A SECOND. >> I WILL BE AROUND THE CORNER. >> LICKING COUNTY, TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 12:30 TONIGHT, SO FOR ABOUT ANOTHER 10 MINUTES. THIS DOES INCLUDE JOHNSTOWN, AND ALEXANDRIA, NEWARK. DOWN TO THE SOUTH IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, THIS TORNADO WARNING EXTENDS UNTIL 12:45. NOT AS BIG OF A CONCERN FOR HAIL. MAINLY, NICKEL-SIZED HAIL. THAT EXTENDS THROUGH BASICALLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF HOCKING COUNTY. THEN TOWARDS THE EDGE OF PERRY COUNTY. IF YOU ARE IN PERRY COUNTY TOWARD SOMERSET, YOU NEED TO TAKE CAUTION. YOU NEED TO TAKE EXTREME CAUTION. THAT'S GOING TO MOVE INTO YOUR BACK YARD. BASICALLY, IT EXTENDS TO 12:40, 12:45. I KNOW IT'S LATE, BUT YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT. THEN DOWN TO THE SOUTH HERE, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO MOVE THIS MAP UP TO GET IT OUT OF THAT BOUNDARY, BUT WE HAVE MULTIPLE TORNADO WARNINGS WITH THIS CELL. WE HAVE ONE, TWO, THREE, AT LEAST THREE DIFFERENT TORNADO WARNINGS HERE. THE FURTHEST EDGE, BASICALLY COVERING PICKAWAY COUNTY AND NORTHERN ROSS COUNTY UNTIL -- IF WE COULD. THANK YOU MUCH. THIS IS A 1:00 TORNADO WARNING EXTENDING FOR ANOTHER 39 MINUTES FOR FAIRFIELD COUNTY, AND I'M SORRY PICKAWAY COUNTY AND NORTHERN ROSS COUNTY. THE FAIRFIELD COUNTY TORNADO EXTENDS UNTIL 12:45. IN FAYETTE COUNTY, THAT TORNADO WARNING EXTENDS FOR ANOTHER EIGHT OR NINE MINUTES UNTIL 12:30 TONIGHT. >> WESTERN FAYETTE UNTIL 12:30. IT'S A TRAIN OF ROTATING STORMS. >> I KNOW THAT SOUNDS CONFUSING. BASICALLY, WHAT'S HAPPENING IS THESE STORMS ARE GETTING WORN DOWN IN EACH OF THESE CELLS INDIVIDUALLY. THEY ARE ISSUING TORNADO WARNINGS FOR THE AMOUNT OF TIME IT WILL BE IN THAT BOX. WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO TRACK BASICALLY THIS CORRIDOR FROM OUTSIDE OF DAYTON, NORTH OF YELLOW SPRINGS, NORTH OF WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE JUST TO THE NORTH OVER TOWARDS CIRCLEVILLE, TO THE NORTH OF CIRCLEVILLE. YOU ARE GOING TO C STRONG STORMS. IF WE COULD ZOOM IN DOWN INTO PICKAWAY COUNTY, CENTER THAT UP A LITTLE BIT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. THIS LINE NORTH OF U.S. 22 HERE, WORST PART OF THE STORM HERE NEAR MT. STERLING HERE. THAT'S PUSHING DUE EAST. MT. STERLING, COMMERCIAL POINT, ASHWELL. GET TO YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. THAT IS DANGEROUS. IT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO PUSH EAST AT 36 MILES-PER-HOUR MINIMUM.   I WOULD EXPECT YOU ARE GOING TO SEE SOME STRONG, GUSTY WINDS AND HAIL. THE HAIL SIZE IS ABOUT THREE- QUARTER INCH DIAMETER. NECKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL. THE TORNADO INDEX PUSHING NEAR A 3 HERE, SO THERE IS ROTATION SHOWING UP. DARBY BILL, AGAIN, 12:40 TONIGHT. COMMERCIAL POINT, 12:46 AND SOUTH BLOOMFIELD AT 12:51. YOU NOTICE, VERY STRONG STORMS NEAR BLOOMBERG ALONG 62 HERE. JEFFERSONVILLE. WE'VE GOT ANOTHER STRONG CELL BETWEEN JEFFERSONVILLE AND CEDARVILLE. IF WE CAN TURN ON THE BARON BUTTON, I WANT TO SEE IF WHAT'S THAT IS SHOWING AS FAR AS THE HAIL INDICATION, THE POSSIBILITY OF SEEING SOME VERY STRONG, GUSTY WINDS. THIS STORM CELL RIGHT HERE, THAT PINK COLOR IS ABOUT ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL. NOTICE THE RED SHADINGS. 50 TO 60 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS. WE HAVE THE SAME THING ON THE BACK EDGE OF THESE CELLS. THAT'S WHERE WE'VE SEEN ROTATION SOUTH OF CEDARVILLE, AND NORTH OF U.S. 35 WITH AN INDICATION OF ROTATION THERE MOVING INTO JEFFERSONVILLE. THIS IS AN AREA THAT HAS BEEN HIT MULTIPLE TIMES. >> I'VE NEVER SEEN SO MANY STORMS FOLLOW THE SAME PATH WITH ROTATION. I AM GOING TO POINT OUT A FEW MORE. THIS IS THE FAIRFIELD COUNTY WARNING. RUSH HILL 12:30, JUNCTION CITY, 12:45. 70 MILE-PER-HOUR WIND SHEAR AND ROTATION INDICATED JUST NORTHEAST OF LANCASTER. BUT THEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS HIGHLIGHTED THE CELL IN LICKING COUNTY. >> NEW TORNADO WARNINGS FOR MORGAN AND PERRY COUNTIES. >> BEACHWOOD TRAILS STILL HAS SOME ROTATION. THE WARNING WILL GO UNTIL 12:30. LET'S FOLLOW THE ONE IN PERRY COUNTY. LOOK AT THIS. THAT IS THE STORM WE WERE JUST TRACKING.   >> SPOTTERS HAVE OBSERVED ROTATION WITH THIS STORM. >> I BET IF WE LOOK AT A ROTATION SIGNATURE, AND AGAIN I HAVE TO CLEAR ONE ELEMENT TO SEE ANOTHER, BUT THIS IS THE ROTATION. I AM GOING TO HAVE TO SLIDE THE SUB. >> THAT STORM WILL BE AT SOMERSET AT 12:35. PERRY STATE FOREST AROUND 12:40. IF YOU CAN SEE ACROSS U.S. 22, YOU'VE GOT THAT SET UP HERE. YOU CAN SEE THIS RIGHT HERE, SO IF YOU ARE IN SOMERSET, NEW LEXINGTON, PERRY STATE FOREST, YOU NEED TO BE ON ALERT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOES GO ALL THE WAY INTO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF MORGAN COUNTY, AS WELL. THAT IS UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING THAT NOW EXTENDS UNTIL 1:15 THIS EVENING. AS WE MENTIONED, STORM SPOTTERS FOLLOWING THIS HAVE OBSERVED ROTATION WITH THIS STORM. IT DOESN'T NECESSARILY MEAN ROTATION HAS TOUCHED THE GROUND YET, BUT THAT'S A VERY GOOD INDICATION YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. WE HAVE TORNADO WARNINGS THROUGH LICKING COUNTY THIS EVENING, THROUGH FAIRFIELD COUNTY INTO PERRY COUNTY AND MORGAN COUNTIES. TORNADO WARNINGS AND A THUNDERSTORM IN NOBLE COUNTY, AS WELL FOR THIS SOELLE NEAR DURING THE NEXT 15 TO 20 MINUTES WITH ADDITIONAL VERY STRONG THUNDERSTORMS THAT HAVE HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING TORNADOES FROM FAYETTE COUNTY ALL THE WAY INTO PARTS OF GREENE COUNTY, AND INTO SOUTHERN MADISON COUNTY. WE ARE ALSO UNDER THAT TORNADO WARNING DOWN HERE, AND THAT CONTINUES UNTIL 12:30, 12:45. 1:00 IN HERE EXTENDING FROM NORTHERN MADISON, NORTHERN FAYETTE, I'M SORRY AND SOUTHERN MADISON COUNTIES INTO FAYETTE COUNTY. OVER INTO PICKAWAY COUNTY. IF YOU ARE NEAR MT. STERLING, CIRCLEVILLE, AMANDA, ASHEVILLE, YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT. IF YOU HAVE FAMILY OR FRIENDS IN THE AREA, GRAB YOUR PHONE, A FLASHLIGHT, AND A BLANKET, AND HEAD TO THE LOWEST LEVEL OF YOUR HOUSE. WE'RE LOOKING AT SOMETHING THAT IS INSIDE SO A MOST INTERIOR ROOM WITH NO DOORS OR WINDOWS. SO EVEN IF WIND OR HAIL HITS THE OUTSIDE, YOU HAVE MORE WALLS BETWEEN YOU, AND MORE SPACE BETWEEN YOU AND THE OUTSIDE OF YOUR HOME. THESE HAVE BEEN DANGEROUS STORM   CELLS THAT HAVE BEEN MOVING OUT OF THE DATE METRO AND ACROSS BASICALLY SOUTH OF I-70 THIS EVENING. WE STILL HAVE ACTIVE WARNINGS, IT APPEARS ON THIS MAP. SIX ACTIVE TORNADO WARNINGS IN OUR BACK YARD. >> IT'S ALMOST LIKE A CRESCENT SHAPE. FRANKLIN COUNTY IS NO LONGER UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING, BUT EVERYBODY FROM MADISON COUNTY TO THE SOUTH THROUGH PICK AWAY TO THE EAST, MOVING BACK INTO LICKING COUNTY, UNDER TORNADO WARNINGS, AGAIN FOR THIS TRAIN   OF ROTATING THUNDERSTORMS, AND WE ARE ALSO GOING TO GO TO A TIGHTER REVIEW HERE OR WIDER VIEW JUST TO GIVE YOU THE PERSPECTIVE, BUT THIS PARTICULAR STORM CLUSTER CONTINUES TO MOVE EAST AT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR. THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THIS LINE IS MOVING OFF TO THE SOUTHEAST, AND THE NORTHERN PORTION JUST DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU ARE, BUT GENERALLY THERE'S AN EASTERLY TREND IN ALL OF THESE. LET ME SEE IF I CAN BACK THIS UP FOR YOU. JUST SO MANY ELEMENTS HERE. THIS IS THE FAIRFIELD COUNTY STORM. WINDSHEAR 80+ MILES PER HOUR. THIS IS IN EASTERN FAIRFIELD COUNTY INTO PERRY COUNTY. THE CORE OF THE STORM, SOMERSET, IN THE NEXT 10 TO 15 MINUTES. ABOUT IS ONE OF THE STORMS WE HAVE REALLY BEEN HIGHLIGHTING. WE ARE GOING TO LOOK AT LIVE PICTURES FROM DAYTON, WHERE WE HAVE HAD MAJOR DAMAGE, CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE DUE TO ONE OR PROBABLY MULTIPLE TORNADOES THAT HAVE TOUCHED DOWN IN THE DAYTON AREA. THAT IS WHERE WE HAD STORMS CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND, AND YOU CAN SEE VEHICLES HAVE BEEN FLIPPED. THERE IS A GREAT DEAL OF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE HERE. POWER/IS ARE CONTINUING. >> A LOT OF REPORTS OF NO POWER. >> MISS, IT'S SO HARD TO TELL. FAIRFIELD AND HAWKING COUNTIES ARE UNDER A TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 12:45 BECAUSE THE STORM IS NEAR HEBRON. THESE ARE LIVE PICTURES FROM DAYTON. WE NEED TO COME BACK TO RADAR HERE. THIS IS THE NEWEST TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 12:45. ALSO, ACTUALLY WE HAVE ANOTHER FOR CLARK, FAYETTE, GREENE, MADISON. THAT'S A CONTINUATION UNTIL 12:45, BUT IT'S THE SOUTHERN STORMS THAT ARE STRONGEST BECAUSE THEY ARE RUNNING ALONG A BOUNDARY WITH THE WARMEST AND MUGGY EAST AIR TO THE SOUTH. CONFIRMED TORNADOES NEAR BELL CENTER MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, SO THAT IS WHY THE TORNADO WARNING CONTINUES IN CLARK, FAYETTE AND GREEN, AND MADISON COUNTIES. >> LET'S GO BACK TO LIVE IMAGES. LOOK AT THE DAMAGE. LOOK AT THAT, DAVE. LOOK AT THAT SHEET-METAL WRAPPED AROUND THAT POLE RIGHT THERE. THAT IS WHAT IS SCARY RIGHT NOW. THE SELL DOWN TO THE SOUTH, THAT LINE OF CELLS NEAR MT. STERLING BACK TOWARDS JEFFERSONVILLE, THAT IS VERY DANGEROUS. ON RADAR RIGHT NOW, THERE IS INDICATION OF SOME DEBRIS IN THIS AREA. THE DEBRIS WAS NEAR, WHAT DID YOU SAY, BELL CENTER?    MOVING EAST SOUTHEAST AT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR. NOT ONLY THAT, BUT WE COULD ALSO SEE THE POTENTIAL OF HALF- DOLLAR-SIZED HAIL, SO WE ARE LOOKING AT 1 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL DOWN IN THIS AREA, AND THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS SELL, LINE OF CELLS, I SHOULD MENTION. MULTIPLE TORNADO WARNINGS RIGHT NOW. ONE COMING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY UNTIL 1:00, I BELIEVE AND THEN THE OTHER ONE IS UNTIL 1:15 PERRY COUNTY. WHAT ABOUT FAYETTE AND TAKE AWAY COUNTIES? 1:00 AND 12:45. BOTH VERY DANGEROUS NEAR THE DEER CREEK STATE PARK. HE SEE THAT VERY DANGEROUS SELL IN THAT AREA DOWN IN PICKAWAY COUNTY, SO IF YOU ARE IN THESE AREAS, YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN YOUR SAFE SPOT ALREADY. YOU WANT TO GET TO THAT'S A SPOT AND KEEP A PHONE WITH YOU.   POSSIBLY, BRING A PHONE CHARGER. BUT AGAIN, WERE STREAMING ON AIR, AND ONLINE, AS WELL SO YOU GUYS CAN KEEP US ON AIR CALL AND WATCH US AT WWW.ABCI4.COM. WE WILL CONTINUE TO UPDATE YOU THROUGH THE SITUATION. IT HAS BEEN ALERTING ME ON THE STORM TEAM WEATHER APP. IT'S BEEN ALERTING ME WITH EVERY TORNADO WARNING. IT'S GREAT TO HAVE FOR DANGEROUS OR ROTATING STORMS. >> BY THE WAY, THE TORNADO WARNING AND WILL CONTINUE FOR PICK AWAY AND CROSS UNTIL 1:00. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR SHOWING A POSSIBLE TORNADO NEAR WILLIAMSPORT AND SOUTHWEST PICKAWAY COUNTY. SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 70, WHERE THE MOST POWERFUL STORMS ARE. THIS STORM HERE, WHERE THE TORNADO WARNING WILL CONTINUE FOR A LITTLE WHILE LONGER. WE ARE GOING TO SEE IF WE SEE ANYTHING IN TERMS OF SOME WINDSHEAR AND STORM WINDS. SEE SOME STRONG OUTFLOW. I DON'T SEE -- WITH ME COME BACK OVER HERE. ANYTHING, ALTHOUGH THE RADAR MAYBE 3000 OR 4000 FEET ABOVE, BUT THIS IS THE BETTER INDICATION OF WHERE WE HAVE THE STRONGEST WINDSHEAR, SO THAT'S MOVING THROUGH WESTERN PORTIONS OF PICKAWAY COUNTY. THERE IS YOUR HAIL TRACK FOR THESE STORMS. PROBABLY ABOUT A FIVE MILE SWATH OF INTERMITTENT HAIL, BUT IT'S NOT LARGE. THE STRONGEST WINDS SHOWING UP LIKE SO, SO AGAIN THAT'S THIS CORRIDOR OF JEFFERSONVILLE, BLOOMSBURG, CIRCLEVILLE. YOU'VE BEEN HIT A COUPLE OF TIMES NOW. THIS IS THE OVERALL PATH OF THE STORM. LET ME BACK THIS OUT. DARBY VOCCA ABOUT 12:40. >> THAT'S A GREAT MAP RIGHT THERE. CLEAR THIS OUT FOR ONE SECOND. I APOLOGIZE, BUT THIS IS AN EXCELLENT INDICATION. THIS WINDSHEAR PATH SHOWS WEEK TO STRONG, TO EXTREME WINDSHEAR. YOU NOTICE THIS PATH RIGHT HERE? THIS IS WHERE WE STARTED TRACKING AROUND 10:00 LAST NIGHT AND THIS PATH THROUGH MONTGOMERY COUNTY INTO GREENE COUNTY, RIGHT HERE, LOOK AT THIS. IT'S SHOWING UP AS STRONG TO SEVERE. YOU CAN SEE THIS YELLOW COLOR IN HERE SHOWING MOST LIKELY THE PATH OF THE TORNADO AS IT MADE ITS WAY THROUGH HERE. THAT'S A LARGE TORNADO AND IT CONTINUED NEAR CEDARVILLE. IT GOT MORE BROKEN HERE AND THE SHEER PATH IS WEAKER, BUT STILL SHOWING SOME STRONG SHEAR THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY, POSSIBLY SHOWING THAT ROTATION IS MAYBE LIFTED A LITTLE BIT, BUT IT'S NOT A GUARANTEE, SO YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE BUT IF YOU ARE IN FAYETTE COUNTY. IN PICKAWAY COUNTY, THE SHARE IS PRETTY WEAK IN THIS AREA, SO A POSSIBLE BROAD ROTATION WE'RE   WATCHING BUT NOTHING THAT IS TIGHTLY PACKED YET. THIS IS WHERE THESE STORMS ARE. IF WE CAN TURN TRADITIONAL RADAR BACK ON, YOU CAN SEE STORMS MOVING INTO PICKAWAY COUNTY, AND THAT'S WHERE WE ARE STARTING TO SEE WEEK ROTATION AND WEEK SHEER, AND WHERE THAT TORNADO WARNING IS. THAT'S A GREAT INDICATION OF WHERE ALL OF THIS ACTIVITY HAS BEEN TRAINING OVER THE SAME AREA. >> THIS MAY BE ONE OF THE MOST DRAMATIC EVENTS WE'VE SEEN IN A LONG TIME. A FUNNEL CLOUD OVER GREENE COUNTY. THAT WAS REPORTED IN THE LAST 15 MINUTES, SO -- >> AND IT'S AT NIGHT WHICH MAKES IT VERY DIFFICULT TO SEE. A LOT OF FOLKS ARE WITHOUT POWER NOW. WE TALK ABOUT THIS, ANY TIME YOU DON'T WANT TO BE OUTDOORS WHEN THERE IS A TORNADO WARNING, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING. WINDS CAN BE DANGEROUS. HAIL CAN BE DANGEROUS, BUT AGAIN AT NIGHT, A LOT OF THIS HAS RAIN AROUND IT WITH IMPRESSIVE RAINFALL RATES AT ONE TO TWO INCHES OF RAIN ALREADY TONIGHT, AND I WOULD EXPECT THIS LINE WHERE WE'VE SEEN STRONG STORMS, THERE COULD BE MULTIPLE INCHES OF RAIN ON THE GROUND, MAKING IT DIFFICULT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS TO GET AROUND. IF YOU NEED EMERGENCY SERVICES, THAT COULD MAKE IT VERY DIFFICULT, ESPECIALLY IF THERE IS WIND DAMAGE OR POWER LINES DOWN. SOMETHING YOU NEVER WANT TO CROSS INTO. KEEP THAT IN MIND IF YOU'RE IN AN AREA THAT'S DAMAGED. YOU DON'T WANT TO GO VENTURING OUT, ESPECIALLY IF THERE IS A DOWNED POWER LINE. THAT CAN BE AN EXTREMELY DANGEROUS SITUATION AND A LOT OF THESE STORMS ALSO HAVE BEEN PRODUCING HAIL. THAT'S ONE OF THE INDICATORS BUT WE ARE TALKING NICKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL. NORMALLY, THAT'S A BIG DEAL BUT TODAY BECAUSE WE'VE HAD SO MANY OTHER THINGS GOING ON, THAT'S KIND OF BEEN A BACK STORY, SO FAR. >> TO YOUR POINT, THERE IS THE HAIL TRACKER. THAT IS CONSISTENT WITH THE MOST POWERFUL DRAFTS THAT HAPPENS BEEN, CONSISTENT WITH THE WINDSHEAR. STORMS ARE A LITTLE LESS CLEAR. HOWEVER, TWO FUNNEL CLOUDS MERGED INTO A WEDGE-SHAPED BACK HERE. THERE HAS BEEN STRONG ROTATION IN THE JEFFERSONVILLE AREA STORM COMING INTO FAYETTE COUNTY, SO THIS INDICATES A RAIN-COOLED OUTFLOW. JUST STRONG WINDS PUSHING OUT. I DON'T SEE THE SIGNATURE WE HAVE BEFORE THAT INDICATED ROTATION. >> IN PICKAWAY COUNTY, THIS IS SOMETHING I'VE GOT TO WATCH OUT FOR. THAT'S ONE OF THOSE THINGS YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT EARLIER. >> BY NOT JUST, AND LET ME CLEAR THIS OUT, THAT MEANS YOU'VE GOT AIR FLOATING INTO THE STORM. THIS WOULD BE INDICATIVE OF A NOTCH HERE, AND INITIALLY, I DON'T SEE THE USUAL TIGHT ROTATION, BUT I WOULD ESTIMATE IN THIS AREA, TO THE WEST OF CIRCLEVILLE IS THE GREATEST CONCERN, BUT I WANT TO POINT OUT SOMETHING ELSE. IF WE ARE SEEING THIS, THIS RED AND GREEN COUPLETS, AND AGAIN RED IS WIND MOVING AWAY, GREEN MOVING TOWARD RADAR, BETWEEN SOMERSET AND NEW LEXINGTON, THERE IS DEFINITELY ROTATION IN THE, AND ANOTHER PASS. >> IT COULD BE ELEVATED, AT THAT POINT, TOO. >> ABSOLUTELY. THIS STORM IS WORKING IT'S WAY PAST SOMERSET, REMINDING ME OF THE FALL OF 2010 WHEN WE HAD A TORNADO OUTBREAK, WHERE WE THOUGHT IT'S VERY HILLY. THAT'S A SHIELD, BUT NOT NECESSARILY. WE LEARNED THAT TIME STORMS CAN GO UP AND DOWN HILL. WHILE THIS MAY BE AN INTENSE TO A HILLY REGION, WE'VE GOT TO WATCH EVERY ONE OF THESE ROTATING STORMS. THEY ARE ALL TORNADO WARNINGS. THERE IS NO QUESTION OF WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE. >> WHAT THE SPOTTERS HAVE WITNESSED ROTATION WITH THAT CELL IN THE DARK. SO IN BETWEEN LIGHTNING FLASHES. >> USUALLY, YOU DON'T SEE IT. >> THAT'S NOT A SITUATION FOR FOLKS TO GET OUT AND LOOK FOR THAT TONIGHT. >> YEAH, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO SEE IT, BUT YOU DON'T WANT TO BE CAUGHT OFFGUARD. THE ROTATION WILL BE AT 12:48, KIRKSVILLE AT 106. THAT'S THE NORTHEASTERN PART OF PERRY COUNTY. THAN WE SLIDE WESTBOUND, AND AGAIN FRANKLIN AND LICKING COUNTIES ARE NOW OUT OF THE WOODS, SO WE ARE ALL SOUTH OF 70 ON THE IMPORTANT STORMS THAT ARE STILL PRODUCING WINDSHEAR. PRETTY STRONG OUTFLOW COMING THROUGH PICKAWAY COUNTY, FAYETTE COUNTY AND BACK INTO GREENE COUNTY'S, SO KEEP THAT PICTURE IN MIND. I SWITCH BACK TO WHAT WE CALL OUR REGULAR RADAR REFLECTIVITY, AND SEE HOW IT ALL MATCHES UP WITH THIS AGAIN. SOMETHING YOU ARE MORE FAMILIAR WITH SEEING, STORM NUMBER ONE WITH ROTATION, STORM NUMBER TWO WITH ROTATION AND STORM NUMBER THREE. THEY CONTINUE TO FEED OFF THE AIR TO THE SOUTH WHERE IT HAS NOT BEEN RAINING. ESSENTIALLY, THE SOUTHERN STORMS CUT OFF THE ENERGY FROM THE ACTIVITY IN FRANKLIN AND LICKING COUNTIES. YOU'RE STILL GETTING POUNDED WITH HEAVY RAIN AND SMALL HAIL FROM PATAPSCO PATASKALA TO HEATH. SOME VERY HEAVY RAIN TO THE WEST OF MT. VERNON, SO THAT'S IN SOUTHERN MORROW COUNTY. THESE STORMS ARE NOT WARNINGS, SO WE'RE NOT GETTING UNUSUAL WINDSHEAR. MAYBE, SOME PEA SIZED HAIL. I KNOW WE'VE BEEN FOCUSING HEAVILY ON THE ROTATING STORMS TO THE SOUTH, BUT I AM GOING TO TAKE THAT WIDE VIEW. IT GETS BACK TO THE TOP. IT'S WHAT WE CALL A VORTEX OF SORTS. IT'S SPINNING COUNTERCLOCKWISE THROUGH CENTRAL OHIO. THAT'S WHAT THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER INDICATED. ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE, YOU GET THIS ROTATING SUPER CELLS, AND THEY JUST KEEP TRIGGERING WARNING AFTER WARNING. WE HAD THEM IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, LICKING COUNTY AND EVEN EARLIER, STILL APPEAR, BUT YOU CAN SEE HOW THE AREA IS BEING CAUGHT OFF BY THE RAIN TO THE SOUTH, SO THE INFLOW IN OTHER WORDS, BEING BLOCKED, SO THE STORMS CAN'T SPIN. THEY STILL HAVE HEAVY RAIN, SO CHECKING THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. THEY HAVE NOT PUT OUT ANY NEW STATEMENTS. IT'S 12:40. WE HAVE BEEN ON THE AIR SINCE ABOUT 10:40. THE TORNADO WARNINGS HAVE BEEN COMING LIKE DOMINOES, AND DAVE, BY THEN, STORMS HAD ALREADY RAVAGED EMORY COUNTY AND THE AREAS AROUND STATE AND COUNTY. THESE STORM CELL'S JUST CONTINUE TO PROPAGATE OFF, INITIALLY TO THE SOUTHEAST, IF YOU ARE IN THIS AREA ALTHOUGH FRINGING ON ROSS COUNTY, EAST   NORTHEAST, TO PERRY COUNTY. THE STRONG STORM COULD IMPACT SOUTHERN MUSKINGUM AND MORGAN COUNTIES. THAT ONE IS LEAVING FOR A MORE NORTHEAST DIRECTION. THE TIMES ARE ON THE CORE OF THE STORM, THE BEGINNING, BUT THE MOST DANGEROUS PART OF THE STORM. CIRCLEVILLE, CLOSER TO 1:00 A.M. FOR GOOD REASON HERE BECAUSE I BUT IF WE PUT ON THE STORM AND AGAIN. >> SARRATT HERE. >> THIS IS JUST AMAZING. RIGHT HERE, THERE IS A LITTLE BIT OF ROTATION HERE AND MAY BE BACK TOWARD JEFFERSON. >> THAT'S ALMOST LOOKS MORE LIKE IT IS STARTING TO BLOW OUT A LITTLE BIT MORE OUT HERE WITH   STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS. >> THIS IS MORE OUTFLOW DOMINANT. THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT. THE RAIN-COOLED AIR TO CUT OFF THE INFLOW. >> IT'S ONE AFTER ANOTHER. ONE OF THE OTHER CONCERNS IS IN PERRY COUNTY OFF TOWARDS THE WEST, LIKE NEAR DAYTON, WHERE THEY'VE ALREADY GOT/FLOOD WARNINGS. TWO TO THREE INCHES OF RAIN HAVE FALLEN. FAYETTE, MADISON COUNTY, AGAIN. IF WE CAN CLICK ON THIS SKIT MARKER, THIS ORANGE ONE RIGHT HERE, I WANT TO SEE THE INDICATION OF WHAT'S GOING ON. THIS ISN'T THE FRONT OF THE STORM, THIS IS THE CORE OF IT. JUNCTION CITY, 12:47. NEW LEXINGTON, 12:55,   KIRKSVILLE AT 1:06. HAIL POTENTIAL AT 100%. GENERALLY SMALLER HAIL. NICKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL AND ABOUT A THREE ON THE TORNADO INDEX. SHOWING SOME ROTATION IN THIS AREA. MOST DAYS, WE DON'T HAVE TORNADO INDEX NUMBERS SHOWING UP MORE THAN ABOUT ONE OR TWO ON A SEVERE WEATHER DAY, SO MULTIPLE THREES, FOUR'S AND FIVES. WEEK WINDSHEAR BETWEEN SOMERSET AND NEW LEXINGTON MOVING ACROSS CENTRAL PERRY COUNTY. THIS STORM CELL HAS BASICALLY MOVED FROM FAIRFIELD COUNTY BACK INTO PERRY COUNTY WITH THE TORNADO WARNING AND YOU NOTICE RIGHT HERE SOUTH OF SOMERSET, THE PURPLE COLOR HALF-INCH DIAMETER HAIL. NICKEL TO PENNY SIZED HAIL, SOMEWHERE IN THAT RANGE. RED SPOTS, WE ARE SHOWING STRONGER WINDSHEAR AND GUSTS PICKING UP, EVEN TRYING TO GET DOWN TOWARDS THE GROUND. ANOTHER STORM CELL IN PICKAWAY COUNTY. A LARGER HAIL CORE WITH THE POTENTIAL OF QUARTER-SIZED HAIL, AND ALONG 22 HERE, MOVING BASICALLY INTO CIRCLEVILLE. THAT'S WHERE WE ARE SHOWING STRONGER PEAK WINDS SHOWING UP, AND THEN THE CELL IN FAYETTE   COUNTY, WHERE WE'VE ALSO GOT A TORNADO WARNING, I BELIEVE. >> FAIRFIELD AND HOCKING COUNTY, TORNADO WARNINGS HAVE EXPIRED. >> WHAT TIME IS THIS? THIS TORNADO WARNING GOES IN 1:15 NORTH OF WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, BUT AGAIN THIS IS AN OKAY IN DECATUR, BUT IT IS   SHOWING HAIL RIGHT NOW. WE ARE NOT REALLY GETTING THOSE RED AND YELLOW, AND ORANGE SHOWING UP FOR THE WIND THREAT. HOWEVER, THIS HAS BEEN A VERY DANGEROUS CORRIDOR OF CELLS. JUST BECAUSE IT'S NOT SHOWING IN THE ONCE AGAIN DOESN'T MEAN THE CELL IS NOT GETTING STRONGER IN BETWEEN SCANS, AND IT'S JUST BEING MISSED. ONCE WE GET THE NEWS 10, WE MAY HAVE MORE WIND INDICATORS SHOWING UP IN FAYETTE COUNTY, SO AGAIN, YOU CANNOT LET YOUR GUARD DOWN IN NORTHERN FAYETTE COUNTY NORTH OF WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE. THAT STORM CELL WILL CROSS 62 BY ABOUT 1:05 IN THE MORNING OR SO, AND THEN CONTINUING INTO PARTS OF PICKAWAY COUNTY, SO FOR THEM IT'S GOING TO BE ANOTHER ROUND OF STORMS STARTING TO MOVE IN TONIGHT, BUT THE GOOD NEWS FOR FOLKS TO THE NORTH, I'VE NOTICED SOME OF THE TORNADO WATCHES ARE STARTING TO BE KIND OF PEELED AWAY IN THE NORTH AND WEST BECAUSE THE CELLS ARE NOT AS STRONG TO THE NORTH AND WEST ANYMORE. MOST OF THE STRONGEST CELLS ARE SOUTH OF I-70, AT THIS TIME. >> AND THEY CONTINUE TO MOVE EAST. WE HAVE LOOKED AT SO MANY OF THEM. SOMERSET AND KIRKSVILLE. I WANT TO COME BACK TO THE BIGGER MAP JUST FOR THE BROADEST OF PERSPECTIVES, NORTH OF 70. THE RAIN HAS PRETTY MUCH CLEARED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. HOPEFULLY, THE REST OF US FROM COLUMBUS NORTH AND WEST WILL GET SOME SLEEP HERE, AND THE TORNADO WARNING OF COURSE HAS BEEN EXPIRED FOR THE PAST HALF HOUR OR 20 MINUTES, ANYWAY IN LICKING COUNTY, BUT STILL GETTING HEAVY RAIN. SOUTHBOUND AGAIN, OVER TOWARD SOMERSET, NEW LEXINGTON, KIRKSVILLE, NOT SEEING QUITE THE STRONG ROTATIONAL SIGNATURES WE HAD EARLIER, WHICH WOULD BE A REALLY GOOD SIGN. IT'S BEEN A REALLY ROUGH PATTERN, BUT WHAT WE CAN DO IS INTERROGATE THE STORM NEAR LEXINGTON. NORTH OF NEW LEXINGTON, APPROACHING CROOKSVILLE. HAIL HAS NOT BEEN THE BIG DEAL HERE WITH THESE STORMS. IT WAS YESTERDAY. FOLKS HAVE HAD IT ROUGH FROM OROVILLE IN THIS DIRECTION. TODAY, IT'S ALL THE WAY TO ATHENS. A DIFFERENT STORY, BUT AGAIN LET ME COME UP HERE AND LOOK AT SOME OF THESE MAX WINDS. WE HAVE THE TORNADO WARNING FOR PICKAWAY COUNTY UNTIL 1:00 IN THE MORNING. IF I QUESTION THAT STORM CELL, IT'S WINDS OF CLOSE TO 60 MILES- PER-HOUR, AND HALF INCH HAIL, SO THAT WOULD BE FOR THE STORM IN PICKAWAY COUNTY. RIGHT BEHIND IT, WE HAVE A POWERFUL STORM IN FAYETTE COUNTY. WE ARE NOT SEEING THE WINDSHEAR. I KEEP MOVING THIS ABOVE THE BANNER. I APOLOGIZE IF IT TAKES A SECOND TO GET A CLEARER VIEW. WE ARE ABOUT 11 MINUTES AWAY MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 35 MILES- PER-HOUR, SO THE TRACKER THERE WOULD INDICATE THE STORM TO PASS NORTH OF THE WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE. >> A NEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS. THERE KEEPING THAT FOR THE SAME SELL YOUR TRACKING. >> UNTIL 1:30. BAY SHORE MORNING. >> THEY'VE CANCELED THE TORNADO WARNING. >> THANKS FOR THAT. THAT'S GOOD TO HEAR. IN THE BIG PICTURE, THAT TELLS US THE ROTATION IS WEAKENING FOR ALL OF THESE STORMS, AND AGAIN, CHOOSING A RADAR THAT IS BROADER BUT DRAWS YOUR EYES TO WHERE WE HAVE OUR BIGGEST CONCERNS, AND THE OTHER, OF COURSE IS STILL GETTING STRONG WINDS CENTRAL TO NORTH CENTRAL   PERRY COUNTY. OVERALL, LET ME GIVE YOU SOME STORM MOTION AND GET YOU BACK TO TRADITIONAL RADAR MODE, BACK OFF FIRST WELL. WILL NEED THE GEOGRAPHY PERSPECTIVE TO SEE THAT IT IS STILL RAINING UP TO THE NORTH. LET'S PUT THAT IN MOTION. I AM GOING TO GIVE THIS A TIME- LAPSE OF ABOUT ONE HOUR. THAT'S GOOD ENOUGH FOR NOW. BUT THE STORM TRACK HAS BEEN OFF TO THE EAST SOUTHEAST, AND FOR THEIR EAST, EAST NORTHEAST. IN FACT, WE CAN SEE HOW FAR THESE STORMS HAVE TROUBLED. YOU CAN SEE THE TORNADIC STORMS MOVING INTO THE DAYTON AREA. VERY SERIOUS DAMAGE HERE. THIS IS THE PATH AROUND 10:30 WHEN THE TORNADO STRUCK NEAR NORTH OF DAYTON, AND THEN THE OUTFLOW GENERATED SOME STORMS THAT BEGAN TO PRODUCE TORNADO WARNINGS THROUGH THE HEART OF THE COLUMBUS AREA. LET ME SLIDE THAT DOWN, AND ALSO TO THE SOUTH, AND AS WE GET DEEPER INTO THE EVENING, THE ENERGY HAS SHIFTED FARTHER SOUTH AND EAST, WHICH YOU WOULD EXPECT BECAUSE OF THE RAIN- COOLED AIR TO THE NORTH. THAT HAS BEEN THE PATH. WE HAVE BEEN THE RECIPIENT OF STORMS THAT CAME OUT OF THE DAYTON AREA A LITTLE BIT EARLIER, AND I'M GOING TO STOP THE TRACKER NOW AND GO BACK TO REAL TIME. IT'S BEEN UNBELIEVABLE, THE TRAIN OF STORMS WE HAD TO DEAL WITH. HERE IS THE TRADITIONAL VIEW. LET ME GET THIS UNDERNEATH. STILL GETTING HEAVY RAIN AROUND BUCKEYE LAKE. STILL A POTENT SELL OVER CIRCLEVILLE. A TORNADO WARNING FOR FAYETTE COUNTY UNTIL 1:15. THE STORM NEAR JEFFERSONVILLE IS MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 35. THAT IS STILL BLOOMING BERG. AND AGAIN, NOT AS DRAMATIC, BUT YOU SEE OCCASIONALLY THESE OCCASIONAL KINKS IN THE LINE. PROBABLY TRANSIT CIRCULATIONS AS THEY MOVE EAST, BUT THIS IS JUST A SURE MOURN THUNDERSTORM WARNING. YOU CAN TELL IMMEDIATELY BY LOOKING AT RADAR, THESE STORMS ARE WEAKENING A LITTLE FINALLY. >> THAT'S GOOD NEWS. STILL, IF WE LOOK AT THE ONE ALSO IN PERRY COUNTY, THAT ONE HAS BEEN -- GO TO THE BARENBRUGGE MONNAT TO SHOW THE THREATS. I WAS LOOKING, DISSECTING THE OTHER STORMS, THIS ONE IS STILL BETWEEN SOMERSET AND NEW LEXINGTON. YOU CAN SEE RIGHT ON THE EDGE THERE, THE 50 TO 75 MILE-PER-HOUR WIND CORRIDOR GOES RIGHT THROUGH THERE. >> THAT COULD BE STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, TOO. >> YES. YOU'RE GETTING LARGER HAIL POSSIBLY, BUT IF YOU ARE BETWEEN SOMERSET, NEW LEXINGTON, QUICKSILVER, SOUTHERN MUSKINGUM COUNTY, YOU ARE NOT TECHNICALLY UNDER THE WARNING RIGHT NOW, BUT STILL UNDER THE GUN FOR THESE STRONG STORMS. WE HAVE A COUPLE POSSIBLE HAIL CASES NEAR LICKING COUNTY. NO HAIL IN THAT AREA RIGHT NOW BUT DOWN IN THE SOUTH THERE IS TWO OTHER AREAS WE'RE WATCHING. ONE YEAR CIRCLEVILLE. YOU CAN SEE THE TAIL AND ALONG 22. IF WE COULD ZOOM IN A LITTLE CLOSER? >> I WILL TELL YOU WE HAVE A TORNADO WARNING FOR FAIRFIELD, HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY TO 1:15. 12:48, ISHAM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO WAS OVER LOGAN ELM VILLAGE MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR. >> THAT'S THE SO RIGHT NOW YOU ARE ON. >> THAT'S BRAND-NEW, SO THESE KEEP COMING UP. UP AND DOWN. >> EVEN WHEN THEY ARE ISSUING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS, THAT'S TO COVER BETWEEN IF ONE OF THESE TORNADO WARNINGS EXPIRES, BUT HERE IN CIRCLEVILLE, NEAR WHAT DID YOU SAY? LOGAN ELM VILLAGE, IT'S MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR. IF WE CAN CLICK ON THE ORANGE MARKER THERE, ON THIS GETS TO SHOW THE LINE THERE, AND GET SOME INFORMATION ON THIS, CIRCLEVILLE RIGHT NOW, 12:55. NOW, STOUTSVILLE 1:04. A DELPHI, 1:16, OROVILLE 1:16 MAKING ITS WAY INTO THE HOCKING HILLS. AS COLLEEN MENTIONED, IT'S A HOLIDAY WEEKEND. FOLKS MAY STILL BE OUT AT THE STATE PARK. IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE CAMPING IN THE AREA, YOU NEED TO GET A HOLD OF THEM IMMEDIATELY. THEY NEED TO GET TO A SAFE SPOT RIGHT AWAY AS THIS CONTINUES TO MOVE THROUGH LAUREL HILL AND EVENTUALLY HOCKING COUNTY. YOU NOTICED THE WINDS STARTING TO PICK UP REAL STRONG IN THAT AREA. IT'S SHOWING HIGH SHEAR AT ABOUT 80 MILES PER HOUR. SERVICE WINS 50 TO 70 MILES-PER- HOUR. HAILSTONES LOOKING AT ABOUT QUARTER SIZED, AND AGAIN POSSIBLE ROTATION WITH THAT STORM CELL NEAR LOGAN ELM VILLAGE MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR. IF YOU ARE IN CIRCLES WILL, HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK, LOGAN ELM VILLAGE, STOUTSVILLE, WORRILOW, TARLETON, DOWN TOWARDS BLOOMING BILL, PICKAWAY COUNTY AIRPORT AREA, ROCKBRIDGE, HALLSVILLE, YOU NEED TO GET TO YOUR SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. THIS HAS BEEN A DANGEROUS STORM. IT'S MOVING QUICKER THAN EARLIER. NOW, 40 MILES-PER-HOUR. >> IT'S INTERESTING HOW WE BRIEFLY WENT DOWN TO A THUNDERSTORM WARNING AND FIVE MINUTES LATER WE ARE BACK UP TO A TORNADO WARNING, SO AS THESE STORMS PULSE UP AND DOWN A LITTLE BIT, THEY CYCLE. THE ROTATION CYCLES, SO IT CAN BREAK DOWN A LITTLE AND REDEVELOP. THAT IS WHY WE HAVE HAD TO STAY WITH THESE, FOR SO LONG. BUT THEY HAVE BEEN REMARKABLY PERSISTENT AND RESILIENT ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE IN PARTICULAR. AGAIN, I AM GOING TO BACK THIS OUT. TORNADO WARNINGS WITH MULTIPLE COUNTIES. >> THIS ATMOSPHERE HAS BEEN PRIME THROUGH THE EVENING HOURS FOR THIS. >> IT WASN'T ALL THAT WARM TODAY, BUT A WARM FRONT SET UP NORTH AND WEST OF I-70, AND U.S.-30 THREE, THAT BECAME THE HIGHWAY FOR STORM AFTER STORM AFTER STORM, AND AS YOU NORMALLY SEE SOUTHWARD TRENDS IN THE STORM MOTION, SO BACK TO THE REFLECTIVITY MODE OR THE CONVENTIONAL RADAR PICTURE WITH THE WARNING SUPERIMPOSED. I WILL HAVE TO WIDEN THAT OUT. UP TO THE NORTH, I'M SORRY. I KNOW WE HAVEN'T SPENT AS MUCH TIME HEADING INTO MT. VERNON. >> BUT THAT'S NOT SEVERE. >> JUST HEAVY RAIN. IT'S SUCH A DANGEROUS SITUATION. MAYBE, ONE TORNADO WARNING AT A TIME USUALLY, NOT FOUR, FIVE, SIX. FROM CIRCLEVILLE INTO LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, WITH A COUPLE TRACKERS ON THESE. I'VE BEEN WATCHING ALL THE NUMBERS COME AND GO. WINDSHEAR ABOUT 80 MILES-PER- HOUR. HAIL POTENTIAL UP TO ONE INCH IN DIAMETER. YESTERDAY, WE HAD TWO TO THREE INCH DIAMETER. OROVILLE IS IN ITS PATH AT 1:20. OF COURSE, THE TRAILING STORM, WHICH HAD A TORNADO ON THE GROUND ONCE IF NOT TWICE AND HAD TWO FUNNEL CLOUDS FORM A WEDGE ACCORDING TO A SPOTTER IN THE DARK, THEY COULD SEE BLOOMINGBURG, SO WE KNOW IT'S BEEN TORNADIC AT TIMES, AND OF COURSE, WE'VE BEEN LOOKING AT THE PERRY COUNTY STORM OVER AND OVER NEAR KWIK FILL, BUT I AM SEEING SO MUCH RAIN, IT WILL CUT OFF THE INFLOW. >> I THINK THAT'S L NEAR CIRCLEVILLE IS THE MOST DANGEROUS WE ARE DEALING WITH RIGHT NOW. IF WE CAN ZOOM IN PRETTY CLOSE, THAT'S THE ONE WITH A NEW TORNADO WARNING ISSUED TO THE SOUTHWEST. YOU CAN SEE THE STORM CELL RIGHT THERE SOUTHWEST OF CIRCLEVILLE. BASICALLY, A MILE AND HAVE TO THE SOUTHWEST. IT'S MOVING JUST SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN CIRCLEVILLE. IT APPEARS THIS IS GETTING A LITTLE BIT STRONGER, SO IF YOU'RE IN CIRCLEVILLE, YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE GOING OUTSIDE ARE LOOKING UP THOSE WINDOWS FACING TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST. THERE COULD LIKELY BE A TORNADO IN THIS AREA SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, AND THAT IS GOING TO CONTINUE TO MOVE SOUTH AND EAST AT ABOUT 40. QUICKLY INTO TARLETON BEFORE ABOUT ONE DECKS 05 THIS EVENING. THIS IS SHOWING MOVEMENT, 36 EAST SOUTHEAST, HAIL SIZE BETWEEN A NICKEL AND QUARTER. TORNADO INDEX PUSHING THREE. THAT NUMBER HAS GONE UP A LITTLE BIT. IT WILL BE RIGHT INTO OR SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN CIRCLEVILLE IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF MINUTES. THIS SELL IS GOING TO CONTINUE TO PUSH OFF EAST SOUTHEAST AT 36. THAT WOULD TAKE IT NEAR STOUTSVILLE AT 111 -- 1:11. TARLETON, YOU ARE LOOKING UP FOR THIS PART OF THE SELL ABOUT 1:16 BUT IF YOU CAN PUT ON A DISTANCE TRACKER AND DO TARLETON TO THE FRONT EDGE RIGHT HERE, YOU ARE LOOKING AT ABOUT EIGHT OR NINE MILES AWAY, SO YOU ARE PICKING UP ABOUT 15 OR 16 MINUTES AWAY. ABOUT 1:CERRO NINE TO 1:13 RANGE, YOU'RE GOING TO SEE THE WORST PART OF THE SELL MOVING INTO TARLETON. AGAIN, WE COULD HAVE STRONG, GUSTY WINDS, NICKEL TO QUARTER- SIZED HAIL, AND POSSIBLY A TORNADO. YOU CAN SEE THIS NOTCH DEVELOPING. >> THIS IS SCARY RIGHT HERE. THERE IS YOUR HOOK AGO. SO AGAIN, AND I KNOW WE TALK ABOUT IT A LOT. YOU HAVE INFLOW HERE, AND AGAIN READ MOVING AWAY, GREEN MOVING TOWARD THE RADAR SIDE, BUT WHAT'S IMPORTANT IS AIR IS COMING IN RATHER STRONGLY. THIS IS THE RAIN-COOLED OUTFLOW. IT'S GOING IN THIS DIRECTION. >> IT'S RIGHT OVER LOGAN ELM VILLAGE. >> WHAT HAPPENS WITH THESE STORM CELLS IS THE RAIN AND THE COOLER AIR IS PUSHING OUT, BUT THE INTERFACE IS RIGHT HERE, WHERE IT'S RUNNING AIR GOING IN. THAT WILL BEGIN TO SPIRAL, AND THE TITLE OF THE COLUMN, I BUT IF WE LOOK AT THIS IN ANOTHER MODE, WE ARE GOING -- LET ME SEE IF I CAN FIND ANOTHER VIEW. DOESN'T GET ANY CLEARER THAN THAT. PICKAWAY COUNTY, THIS IS VERY DANGEROUS. JUST SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, WE PROBABLY HAVE MODERATE ROTATION GOING ON. THIS IS GOING TO BE SOMETHING OBVIOUSLY EVERYBODY NEEDS TO BE IN THEIR SAFE SPACE HERE, ESPECIALLY LOGAN ELM VILLAGE. IT DOESN'T GET ANY -- THIS MAY BE ONE OF THE TIGHTEST COUPLETS WE HAVE SEEN. AGAIN, GREEN AND RED COMING OVER THAT WALMART. >> JUST SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN CIRCLEVILLE OVER ON THE EAST SIDE OF 23 RIGHT THERE, NOT FAR FROM WHERE THE PUMPKIN WATER TOWER IS. >> REMEMBER, WILMINGTON IS SOMEWHERE OFF TO THE LEFT, SO IF RED IS AWAY, THAT MEANS THE WIND IS BLOWING THIS WAY. AND THEN IN THIS CORRIDOR, AIR IS COMING BETWEEN THE   WILMINGTON RADAR SIDE ALONG THE LENGTH OF THE RADAR BEAM, SO I AM GOING TO HAVE TO ZOOM IN TIGHTER SO WE CAN SEE WHERE THIS STORM IS STRONGLY ROTATING. STREET-LEVEL AGAIN SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN CIRCLEVILLE, DAVE WAS GIVING YOU SOME PARAMETERS EAST OF WILLIAMSPORT, NORTH OF KINGSTON, BUT SOUTH-CENTRAL PICKAWAY COUNTY, AND AGAIN THIS WOULD BE THE OVERALL MOTION TOWARD ADULT LAND LAURELVILLE, THIS STORM IS TROUBLE. EARLIER WE HAD, AND LET ME BACK IT OUT. WE HAD A FUNNEL CLOUD REPORTED BY STORM JESUS HERE. DIFFERENT SO, SAME IDEA. I WILL GO BACK TO RADAR THE WAY WE USUALLY SEE IT. YOU CAN SEE THOSE TWO CELLS LINED UP BACK TO BACK, BUT IN EACH CASE, THERE IS OBVIOUSLY A CLEAR-CUT HOOK AGO. THAT'S WHERE I WOULD SUGGEST THE SPIN IS. A TORNADO COULD BE HIDING IN THESE SPOTS OR COULD BE DEVELOPING. IT MAY NOT REACH THE GROUND. IT MAY JUST BE A FUNNEL CLOUD, BUT IT WOULD HAPPEN SO QUICKLY, AS WE SAW IN THE DAYTON AREA, YOU WOULDN'T HAVE TIME TO TAKE COVERAGE. I WANT TO RECHECK BECAUSE I'VE HAD SOME CHANGES HERE. >> THOSE ARE ALL THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS. A TORNADO WARNING EXTENDS HERE IN PERRY COUNTY UNTIL 1:15, SO ANOTHER 15 MINUTES. >> YOU ARE RIGHT. THE THUNDERSTORM WARNING UNTIL 1:30. JUST TO REITERATE, ESSURE MORNING IN HOCKING COUNTY UNTIL 1:15, AND 1:30. TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 1:15 IN PICKAWAY COUNTY. FAYETTE, 1:15. THE TORNADO BEARING STORM POTENTIALLY OVER BLOOMINGBURG MOVING EAST AT 35 MILES-PER- HOUR. AGAIN, JUST SO MANY TO TRACK AT ONCE. >> LET'S KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON THIS ONE. THIS ONE SEEMS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS RIGHT HERE SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE RIGHT NOW. THAT'S CROSSING NEAR LOGAN ELM VILLAGE GOING DOWN SCAN YOUR HAYESVILLE. THE CIRCLE HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD ALONG COUNTY HIGHWAY 16, WASHINGTON MEADOWS. THAT STORM CELL, OBVIOUSLY AS YOU MENTIONED, THIS COULD BE RIGHT ABOVE THE GROUND WE ARE   SEEING THIS AT 1000, 1500 FEET. BUT IT HAS BEEN SHOWING UP SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE TO THE NORTH OF LOGAN ELM VILLAGE. IF WE CAN CLICK BACK ON THAT ORANGE ONE, THE TORNADO INDEX AT 2.8 RIGHT NOW, BUT VERY LIKELY WE HAVE HAIL, SMALL TO MODERATE SIZED HAIL CONTINUING TO MOVE EAST SOUTHEAST AT 36 MILES-PER-HOUR. THAT TORNADO WARNING EXTENDS UNTIL 1:15 TONIGHT, BUT IF YOU ARE ALONG COUNTY ROAD 16, IF WE CAN ZOOM INTO THIS AREA RIGHT HERE, COUNTY ROAD 16, CIRCLE HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD, MOVING OVER TOWARDS BASICALLY OFF TOWARDS THE EAST ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 50 RIGHT THERE. 1:59, I'M SORRY. 1:59 OVER TOWARDS TARLETON. REALLY YOU NEED TO BE ON HIGH ALERT BECAUSE THIS SHOWS A GOOD INDICATION THAT WE HAVE ROTATION SHOWING UP AT A MINIMUM WITH STRONG, GUSTY WINDS MOVING THROUGH PICKAWAY COUNTY SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, SOUTH OF STOUTSVILLE, BUT IT'S A VERY STRONG THUNDERSTORM MOVING INTO THAT AREA. >> RADAR INDICATES A PROBABLE TORNADO RIGHT HERE, SO WHETHER IT'S ON THE GROUND OR NOT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TELL. >> ROTATION SHOWING UP EVEN MORE ON VELOCITY. SEE HOW THE VELOCITY LOOKS. >> IT'S UNENDING. THIS STORM CONTINUES TO ROTATE AS IT WORKS ITS WAY INTO SOUTHEAST PICKAWAY COUNTY, AWAY FROM THE CITY OF CIRCLEVILLE, BUT WE KEEP GOING IN ON THIS BECAUSE THIS IS A DANGEROUS STORM. THIS COULD WIND UP ON THE GROUND AS A TORNADO. WE JUST DON'T KNOW. IT'S DARK. YOU CAN'T REALLY SEE IT. IT MAY JUST HAPPEN, BUT THE SPIRAL INBOUND, OUTBOUND, RED, INBOUND, GREEN, SO THIS JUST CONTINUES TO ROTATE. THIS IS A BROADER ROTATION, BUT THIS IS JUST UNBELIEVABLE, HOW STRONG THAT PARTICULAR STORM IS. I HAVE TO BACK THIS OUT AGAIN. YOU CAN SEE THE WEAKER OF THE TWO CELLS OUT BY BLOOMINGBURG AND FAYETTE COUNTY, SO IF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE -- I MEAN, THEY FEEL STRONGLY, THERE COULD VERY WELL BE A TORNADO IF NOT ON THE GROUND VERY CLOSE TO THE GROUND. THIS IS GOOD. WE ARE GOING TO LOOK AT A POSSIBLE DEBRIS BALL. >> RIGHT IN THIS AREA. >> THAT COULD BE LOFTED DEBRIS. WHEN YOU SEE A BLUE GREEN >> TO THE EAST OF A HOOK AGO,   THE FANCY TERM, COALITION COEFFICIENT. RADAR IS SEEING SOMETHING THAT IS NOT RAIN, SO THESE ARE SOLID TARGETS. NOT LIQUID. IT'S VERY HARD TO INTERPRET. IT DOESN'T MEAN THERE IS A TORNADO ON THE GROUND BUT WE HAVE TO PRESUME THE WORST HERE, BUT THIS IS AGAIN JUST SOUTH OF TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY 16. HEADING INTO THE VICINITY OF KINGSTON. LET ME GET YOU BACK TO THE VIEW TO ORIENT YOU. THAT STORM CONTINUES TO EXHIBIT STRONG ROTATION, POSSIBLE TORNADO. WE HAVE TO ASSUME THE WORST. A DELPHI, LAURELVILLE, IT CONTINUES TO SHOW EVERY SINGLE BOX FOR TROUBLE WHEN YOU SEE AN AND FLOW NOTCH. WE SAW POSSIBLE DEBRIS WHEN WE LOOKED AT ANOTHER MODE. THE DUAL POLL AS WE CALL IT. LET ME GET BACK TO A COUPLE   OTHER WAYS OF LOOKING AT THIS STORM. LOOK AT THE WIND. IN PICKAWAY COUNTY, THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS STORM. I HOPE YOU HAVE A BASEMENT OR LOWEST FLOOR AWAY FROM WALLS AND WINDOWS. THIS STORM IS JUST NOT WINDING DOWN AT ALL. THE WINDSHEAR HERE IS INDICATING ABOUT 70 MILES-PER- HOUR. A LITTLE BIT LESS TO THE   SOUTHEAST, BUT AGAIN THESE MARKERS IF NOTHING ELSE, DON'T WORRY SO MUCH ABOUT THE NUMBERS, IT TELLS US WHERE TO BE CONCERNED. IN OTHER WORDS, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE, WHETHER THEY ARE ROTATING, OUTFLOW WINDS OR BOTH. THAT IS THE CASE. YOU CAN SEE ALSO BACK BEHIND THIS, WHAT WE'RE DEALING WITH, WITH A STORM THAT HAS MAYBE WEAKENED A LITTLE BIT, BUT A PALE PRODUCER NEAR BLOOMINGBURG HAD A FALLEN CLUB AND POSSIBLY A TORNADO COMING INTO NORTHWEST FAYETTE COUNTY, BUT RIGHT NOW WE KNOW IT'S JUST HAIL. EVERYTHING ELSE INCLUDING THE PERRY COUNTY STORM HAS WEAKENED. THERE IS INDICATIONS OF HAIL BY BUCKEYE LAKE AND ALSO SOME STRONG WINDS BY BUCKEYE LAKE. THAT STORM, WHILE IT'S NO LONGER A WARNING STORM, YOU'RE GETTING OUTFLOW NEAR WARRENVILLE AND MILLER SPORTS. THIS IS CLEARLY MAKING PROGRESS SOUTHEAST. WE HAVE TO FOCUS ON A POSSIBLE TORNADO SOUTHEAST OF CIRCLEVILLE THAT WILL PASS NEAR AND NORTH OF LAURELVILLE. >> RADAR IS GIVING GREAT INDICATION OF MINIMUM ROTATION. >> WINDSHEAR CONTINUES TO CLIMB UPWARDS OF 80 MILES-PER-HOUR. THAT'S ROTATIONAL WIND, BY THE WAY. ABOVE THE GROUND. BUT STILL A VERY SCARY SITUATION IN THE SENSE THAT WE TREAT THESE AS TORNADOES. >> IT'S MOVING RIGHT TOWARDS TARLETON. IF YOU'RE IN TARLETON, YOU NEED TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY. THAT'S A VERY DANGEROUS STORM CELL MOVING RIGHT UP HIGHWAY 59, BASICALLY IN THAT AREA. IT MAY JUST CLIP TO THE SOUTH OF TARLETON, BUT IF YOU ARE IN TARLETON, YOU KNOW SOMEONE ALONG 159 CROSSING 156 IN THAT AREA, YOU NEED TO TELL THEM TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT. THE HAIL PATH, SHOWING A LOT OF HAIL CONTINUING OVER PAST CIRCLEVILLE WITH THE SO, BUT WE'VE BEEN WATCHING VERY CLOSELY, AND A TIGHT ROTATION IS SHOWING UP. IF WE CAN CLICK ON THE SHEER   PATH, HOW ABOUT THAT ONE? >> THAT TELLS US ALMOST EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW. >> WE SHOWED THIS A LITTLE WHILE AGO. IT BROKE UP A LITTLE BIT ACROSS NORTHERN FAYETTE COUNTY INTO PICKAWAY COUNTY. >> 92 MILES-PER-HOUR, DAVE. >> THAT'S THE HIGHEST IT'S BEEN. >> THAT MEANS IS INTENSIFYING. >> SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, STARTING TO GET IN THE STRONG TO NEARLY EXTREME AREA. THAT COULD PUT DOWN A PRETTY SIZABLE STORM WITH A TORNADO WITH IT, MOVING TOWARDS TARLETON. IT'S MOVING TOWARD COUNTY HIGHWAY 16 AT THIS TIME THROUGH   PICK AWAY COUNTY. >> THE PERRY COUNTY HAS ALSO WEEKEND. LET ME GET YOUR BACK. >> THIS IS THE ONE WE HAVE TO WATCH CLOSELY. >> BECAUSE THE RAIN HAS CUT OFF THE INFLOW TO STORMS, BUT TO POINT OUT PERRY COUNTY IS STILL UNDER A TORNADO WARNING. THAT'S AND HOLODECK 15. >> YES, BUT THE BULK OF THE STORM HAS MOVED INTO SOUTHERN MUSKINGUM AND NORTHERN MORGAN COUNTY. >> THE TORNADO WARNING INCLUDES NORTHWEST MORGAN, BUT THE STORM OF THE HOUR HERE IS UNTIL 1:15. THAT'S EIGHT MORE MINUTES, BUT I DON'T SEE THAT TORNADO WARNING GOING AWAY ANY TIME SOON. THE TRAILING STORM AS WE MENTIONED, AS DAVE SAID, THAT IS STILL OF SOME CONCERN AFTER IT MOVED OUT OF FAYETTE COUNTY INTO SOUTHWEST PICKAWAY COUNTY. YOU STILL HAVE TWO VERY POTENT STORMS MOVING ACROSS SOUTH OF U.S. 22 THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY. JUST AMAZING HOW THESE STORMS HAVE MAINTAINED THEIR INTEGRITY, EVEN RUNNING THROUGH SOME RAIN-COOLED AIR.   THEY MAY BE BUILDING IN FROM THE SOUTH. A DELPHI AND LAURELVILLE, YOU ARE INDIRECTLY THE PATH OF THIS STORM WHICH IS MOVING CLEARLY TO THE SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 25 MILES-PER-HOUR. WE ALSO HAVE A FLOOD ADVISORY FOR DELAWARE, LICKING COUNTY, UNION COUNTY. TORNADO WARNING FOR FAIRFIELD, HOCKING AND PICK AWAY TO 1:45. 1:07. THAT STORM WAS PRODUCING A TORNADO NEAR TARLETON MOVING EAST AT 30. THAT'S WHY THE POLYGON HAS EXPANDED INTO SOUTHERN FAIRFIELD COUNTY AND ALSO TO INCLUDE HOCKING COUNTY. THIS IS ALL FOR THE SAME STORM. WE ARE LOOKING AGAIN TO SEE IF WE HAVE A DEBRIS BALL. IT'S VERY DIFFICULT TO TELL. THE ROTATION MARKER HAS MATCHED UP SOME STRONG SHARE. >> THAT'S GONE UP TO A FOUR. WE'VE BEEN LOOKING AT THESE TORNADO MARKERS. LEAVE THIS DATA ON FOR A SECOND. I WANT TO SHOW YOU GUYS THIS CELL MOVING AWAY FROM CIRCLEVILLE, AWAY FROM LOGAN ELM VILLAGE EAST SOUTHEAST AT 36, SHEER AT 80. WE WERE JUST MENTIONING THE TORNADO INDEX NUMBER HERE. 4.8. WE HAVE SEEN THIS NUMBER THROUGHOUT TONIGHT. EVERY TIME IT HAS GOTTEN AT LEAST THIS HIGH, WE HAVE HAD A TORNADO CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND TO GO ALONG WITH THAT. THIS MARKER SHOWS UP TO A 10 AS THE HIGHEST. THAT IS A GOOD INDICATION OF A TORNADO, OF ROTATION POSSIBLY PRODUCING A TORNADO IN PICKAWAY COUNTY. THAT'S MAKING ITS WAY TOWARD HOCKING COUNTY.   YOU NEED TO TAKE COVER IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS STORM CELL NEAR TARLETON. THAT IS A VERY DANGEROUS CELL MOVING TOWARD YOUR BACK YARD. STAR, LAURELVILLE, TARLETON, ONE OF THE >>, AND HOCKING COUNTY. HAYDEN BOEHLE, LAKE LOGAN STATE PARK. UNION FRIENDS, ROCKBRIDGE. WE'RE STARTING TO MOVE EAST A LITTLE BIT MORE. THIS IS A VERY, VERY DANGEROUS CELL. THIS IS ABOUT THE MOST DANGEROUS WE'VE SEEN LOCALLY TONIGHT IN OUR AREA OUTSIDE OF THE STORM CELL WE SAW, THE INDICATOR OFF DAYTON A COUPLE OF HOURS AGO. >> THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE, AND THE LOCAL POLICE IN CIRCLES WILL SAID TWO SEMI TRUCKS WERE FLIPPED OVER. I KNOW WHERE THAT STATION IS OFF 23. THAT STORM CROSSED. AGAIN, WE DON'T KNOW THE FULL NATURE OF THE DAMAGE. >> IT COULD BE STRAIGHT LINE. >> IT COULD BE STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS. IT WON'T BE UNTIL THE LIGHT OF DAY, BUT AT THIS POINT IT DOESN'T MATTER. WE TREAT THIS AS A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS STORM BECAUSE WE HAVE SEEN TREMENDOUS DAMAGE IN THE   DAYTON AREA, SO WE KNOW HE WE HAVE THE WINDSHEAR, THE ROTATION MARKER SEVEN MILES EAST OF CIRCLEVILLE WITH THE STRONGEST ROTATION COMING RIGHT INTO TARLETON. IT'S MOVING AWAY FROM THE RIVER. THE TRAILING STORM NORTH OF CLARKSBURG IS ALSO OF SOME CONCERN RIGHT HERE, ALTHOUGH IT HASN'T SHOWN QUITE THE WINDSHEAR. IT CERTAINLY HAS A HAIL CORE RIGHT THERE, AND I'M GOING TO HAVE TO LOOK AT THAT AGAIN, BUT BASICALLY, LET ME TAKE A COUPLE OF THINGS OFF HERE, SO YOU CAN REALLY SEE, JUST TO KEEP IT SIMPLE. THERE IS THE STORM BY TARLETON AND AMANDA. THE OTHER STORM SOUTHWEST OF WILLIAMSPORT. THE RED BOXES ARE THE TORNADO WARNINGS. THAT GIVES US THE A REVIEW. >> MULTIPLE TORNADO WARNINGS ACROSS THE'S AREA. YOU HAVE TO BE ON ALERT. IF YOU ARE IN LAURELVILLE, TARLETON, IF WE CAN TURN OFF THAT SHEER MARKER, THAT'S BASICALLY OVER TARLETON RIGHT THERE. WE ARE SHOWING ROTATION WITH THE CELL MOVING EAST SOUTHEAST, THANK YOU VERY MUCH, ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR NEAR LAURELVILLE, LOGAN. YOU NEED TO TAKE CAUTION RIGHT NOW. LOOK AT THOSE WINDS PICKING UP, SHOWING HAIL POTENTIAL AND WINDS IN EXCESS OF 70 MILES-PER- HOUR ON THE GROUND. THE BIGGER CONCERN, OBVIOUSLY, IS THE FACTOR THAT WE COULD HAVE A TORNADO. YOU'RE GETTING INTO HILLY AREAS   OUT THERE THAT WILL MAKE IT MORE DIFFICULT. >> IF NOT IMPOSSIBLE. AS I DOESN'T MATTER IF IT'S A TORNADO OR STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS. 70 TO 80 MILE-PER-HOUR WINDS ARE GOING TO DO A LOT OF DAMAGE WHETHER THEY ARE ROTATING OR A STRAIGHT LINE. WE'VE HAD BOTH. WE TREAT ALL OF THESE AS DANGEROUS SITUATIONS. WE KNEW IT WAS GOING TO BE A VERY ROUGH NIGHT EVEN BEFORE THE STORMS HIT THE DAYTON AREA. WE TALKED ABOUT THIS EARLIER IN THE NEWSCAST. AN ENHANCED RISK AREA, WHICH HAS BEEN EXTENDED FURTHER AND FURTHER SOUTH EAST, BUT THESE STORMS HAVE SHOWN REMARKABLE RESILIENCE TO REGENERATE. THIS PARTICULAR STORM AGAIN HAS HAD DEEP ROTATION. IT'S NOW APPROACHING TARLETON. WE'VE GOT TO GO STREET-LEVEL ON THAT. JUST SOUTH OF STOUTSVILLE, I KNOW THESE ARE REALLY SMALL. TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY, 60 SAW, 44, 58. THEY ARE SMALL ROADS. YOU CAN SEE THIS STUFF GOING ON AT NIGHT. THE GETTING 80+ MILE-PER-HOUR WIND SHEAR OR ROTATIONAL WINDS. AT LEAST ABOVE THE GROUND. STORM TOPS AROUND 36,000 FEET. THAT'S NEARLY 50% RISK OF A TORNADO. THAT'S VERY VERY HIGH, ACTUALLY. THIS IS THE PATH OF THE STORM. IT WOULD BE NICE IF SOME OF THIS OUTFLOW CAME AROUND AND CUT OFF THE INFLOW, BUT THAT HASN'T HAPPENED YET, SO YOU STILL HAVE AN INFLOW NOTCH IN THE STORM. IT MAY BE STARTING TO CUT OFF A LITTLE BIT. HOPEFULLY, THE RAIN-COOLED AIR WILL CUT OFF THE INFLOW, WHICH IF YOU ARE WONDERING WHAT THAT MEANS, THAT WOULD START TO EASE UP ON THE ROTATION.   >> IT LOOKS LIKE FROM A VELOCITY STANDPOINT, IT IS STARTING TO WEAKEN. >> IT HAS. >> IT HAS, BUT WE SHOULD ALSO NOTE THIS HAS HAD A SO WEAKENING. THE CELL HAD BEEN WEAKENING. THAT'S A BIG DEAL STILL. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS ARE BIG DEALS. BUT TONIGHT, WE HAVE HAD MULTIPLE TORNADOES AND TORNADO WARNINGS ACROSS OUR AREA. NOTICE THE WINDSHEAR HAS GONE DOWN A LITTLE BIT. NORMALLY, WE LOOK FOR THE COLORS IN THE RED AND THE YELLOW, REALLY PICKING UP POSSIBLY FOR ROTATIONAL WINDS THERE FOR TORNADIC ACTIVITY THAT HAS WEAKENED A LITTLE BIT. I AM NOT CONVINCED YET THAT THIS STORM CELL HAS NOT PRODUCED A TORNADO AND IS NOT PRODUCING ONE ON THE GROUND AT THIS TIME NEAR THE TARLETON AREA BECAUSE OF THAT ROTATION, BUT THIS IS A GOOD INDICATOR JUST A SECOND AGO THAT THAT ROTATION IS POSSIBLY WEAKENING AS WE'RE STARTING TO SEE THE SHEAR RATE NUMBERS GO DOWN. BILL HEADING INTO HOCKING COUNTY AND INTO THE HOCKING HILLS THIS EVENING. IF YOU KNOW PEOPLE THAT ARE CAMPING THERE, PLEASE, JUST KEEP CALLING THEM. KEEP DOING WHATEVER YOU CAN TO GET A HOLD OF THEM AND TO TELL THEM IF THEY DON'T ALREADY KNOW, HOPEFULLY THEY WILL BE ABLE TO GET TO SEVERAL SPOTS.   THIS IS A VERY HILLY AREA. IT'S NIGHTTIME, RAINING A LOT. IT'S GOING TO BE IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE ANYTHING COMING THROUGH THE HILLS HERE. YOU ARE JUST GOING TO HEAR THAT FLOOR AND THAT'S IT. LAURELVILLE, TOWARDS LOGAN, STILL UNDER A TORNADO WARNING EXTENDING UNTIL 1:30 TONIGHT. 1:45, I'M SORRY. >> A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR FAIRFIELD, HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY UNTIL 4:30. THAT DOESN'T RULE OUT A TORNADO. IT JUST MEANS THE STORM IS A LITTLE BIT WEAKER. SO, WE ARE REALLY ZOOMING IN TIGHT. IT'S THE SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF PICKAWAY COUNTY. THE NORTHWESTERN CORNER OF HOCKING COUNTY. IT'S ACTUALLY GETTING A LITTLE BAD BIT PAST CHARLESTON. WE ARE JUST CALLING THIS AS WE SEE IT. AGAIN, THERE IS STILL SOMETHING GOING ON HERE. WE DO NOT WANT TO -- OBVIOUSLY, WE DON'T WANT TO ALARM YOU, BUT WE DON'T WANT TO SAY ALL IS GOOD BECAUSE WE ARE SEEING ALL OF THE INDICATORS WE SEE AND TORNADOES IN THE MIDWEST, WHERE WE HAVE STORMS ON THE GROUND THAT LOOK A LOT LIKE THIS. THE ROTATION MAY BE OVERHEAD, MAYBE NEAR THE GROUND. ACCORDING TO THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE, A COUPLE OF SEMIS WERE FLIPPED ON U.S. 23. THAT WAS SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE. ALL THE SAME STORM. WE DON'T KNOW WHAT OTHER DAMAGE MAY HAVE OCCURRED. A TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 1:45, BUT THERE IS NO INDICATION HERE THAT THIS THREAT IS OVER. >> LOOK BEHIND THEM. THEY'VE GOT ANOTHER STORM CELL COMING. THAT LOVE'S TRUCK STOP IS SOUTH OF LOGAN ELM VILLAGE BY ABOUT A MILE AND A HALF. THEY HAVE ANOTHER STORM CELL CROSSING U.S. 22 IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE STATE RIGHT HERE. YOU CAN SEE IT MOVING ACROSS   THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE COUNTY RIGHT NOW. THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO MOVE RIGHT AND BACK TOWARD THAT AREA, SO THAT STATION WRITE ABOUT IN THIS LOCATION. THIS CELL IS GOING TO PULL RIGHT BACK INTO HERE. IT LOOKS LIKE VERY HEAVY RAIN, GUSTY WINDS POSSIBLE WITH THIS. THAT WILL BE IN KINGSTON AT 1:43. THIS STORM CELL IS SHOWING A TORNADO INDEX AT 4 1/2. WE WILL HAVE TO KEEP AN EYE ON THAT NUMBER OCCASIONALLY. YOU MAY GET A WALKING NUMBER FROM ONE SCAN TO THE NEXT, BUT THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS CELL COMING ACROSS. IF YOU ARE IN YOUR LOGAN ELM VILLAGE, YOU ARE GOING OUTSIDE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED, YOU NEED TO GET BACK INSIDE RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT IS NOT CLEAR TO GO OUT YET IN PICKAWAY COUNTY. WE HAVE ANOTHER THUNDERSTORM, ANOTHER STRONG THUNDERSTORM THAT'S MOVING THROUGH PICKAWAY COUNTY, AND FOLLOWING THE SEVERE TORNADIC CELL MOVING INTO HOCKING COUNTY AT THIS TIME. AGAIN, THAT IS A TORNADO WARNING CELL. WE HAVE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS FOR PICKAWAY COUNTY FOR THAT CELL MOVING OUT OF FAYETTE COUNTY RIGHT NOW, AND THAT'S KIND OF THE BACK EDGE. WE ARE SEEING SHOWERS AND STUFF, SHOWERS BY MARION COUNTY INTO DELAWARE AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES, BUT ALL OF THIS IS NOT AS STRONG AS WHAT WE ARE SEEING TO THE SOUTHWEST. WE HAVE NOT HAD MANY WARNINGS NORTH OF I-70, PRETTY MUCH, SINCE LICKING COUNTY ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. >> 12:30 WHEN THEY EXPIRED THE LICKING COUNTY WARNING. THAT WAS ALSO THE FRANKLIN COUNTY TORNADO WARNING AND AT DIFFERENT TIMES, PORTIONS OF FAIRFIELD AND DELAWARE COUNTIES ALSO -- THERE WERE SO MANY STORMS ON GOING AT ONCE, SO AGAIN AS I ZOOM IN HERE, THE PERRY COUNTY STORM IS NOW A THUNDERSTORM WARNING. IT HAS MUCH LESS WIND MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 30 MILES-PER-HOUR, BUT STILL POTENTIALLY 69 MILE- PER-HOUR WIND GUSTS, AT LEAST ROTATIONALLY. THE STORM OR THE FIRST STORM, THE LEAD STORM WE THINK WAS TORNADIC HAS MOVED INTO HOCKING COUNTY AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT HAS WEAKENED A LITTLE BIT. AS DAVE AND I HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT, WHEN ONE STORM LEAVES, THERE'S ANOTHER ONE. THIS CAME OUT OF THE DAYTON AREA WHERE EACH ONE HAD TORNADOES ON THE GROUND WEATHER IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, THE FUNNEL CLOUDS IN GREENE COUNTY THAT CAME TOGETHER INTO A WEDGE, POSSIBLY A TORNADO ON THE GROUND. WE MAY NOT NO ALL OF THAT UNTIL TOMORROW WHEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BEGINS THE MULTIPLE GROUND SURVEYS, BUT THIS STORM LOOKS LIKE IT HAS KIND OF CONGEALED INTO A HEAVY RAIN EVENT FROM CIRCLES WILL TO WILLIAMSPORT. NOT LOOKING AS SEVERE AS IT HAS. I DON'T SEE ANY COUPLET, IN OTHER WORDS GREEN AND RED, THERE. THIS IS BROUGHT ROTATION HERE. AGAIN, EVERY TIME WE THINK THINGS ARE HAPPENING DOWN A LITTLE BIT, IT RECYCLES. >> IT WEAKENS A LITTLE BIT, RUNS OUT OF ENERGY AND THEN PICKS UP ANOTHER BIT OF ENERGY AGAIN. THIS IS MOVING THROUGH A LITTLE LESS POPULATED AREA MOVING AWAY FROM TARLETON, BUT IF WE COULD CLICK ON THIS ORANGE MARKER HERE AND SEE WHAT THE BTI IS ON THAT ONE, STILL AT A 4.8, SO STILL SHOWING SOME PRETTY TIGHT ROTATION POSSIBLY. ABOUT A 50% CHANCE OF A TORNADO CONTAINED WITHIN THAT. ALSO THE POSSIBILITY OF NICKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL TOWARD LOGAN AT 1:49, IT AGAIN MOVING ACROSS THE HOCKING HILLS. THERE IS A LOT OF HOMES IN THE HILLS OF THAT AREA. IT'S GOING TO BE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO KNOW SOMETHING IS COMING AROUND THE CORNER. THIS IS AN AREA THAT IF ARE IN HOCKING COUNTY RIGHT NOW, SOUTHERN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, YOU ARE BASICALLY -- YOU ARE KIND OF IN THE VERY NORTHERN FRINGE OF THIS STORM. IT'S BASICALLY HOCKING COUNTY WE ARE DEALING WITH FOR THIS PART OF THE STORM. ANOTHER PART OF THE STRONG STORM IS MOVING THROUGH SOUTHERN PICKAWAY COUNTY, SOUTH OF U.S. 22. 22 IS RIGHT THERE FROM CIRCLEVILLE SOUTH TOWARDS COURTHOUSE. THIS CELL WILL CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTH. LAURELVILLE IN FOR ANOTHER ROUND. CIRCLEVILLE IS IN FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF STORMS. EVEN THOUGH THIS CELL IS ONLY A THUNDERSTORM WARNING RIGHT NOW STILL HAS THE POTENTIAL. THEY STILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE TORNADOES AS DOES THIS ONE, SO WE HAVE TO KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON THAT. THIS IS THE MOST DANGEROUS ONE WE ARE WATCHING NORTH OF LAURELVILLE RIGHT NOW AND WINDS ARE REALLY GOING TO BE AN ISSUE, AND POSSIBLE ROTATION. WE WATCHED THAT PICKUP. >> THAT'S GREAT. I WANT TO GIVE YOU AN UPDATE. THE TORNADO WARNING HAS BEEN CANCELED FOR FAIRFIELD AND PICKAWAY COUNTY, BUT IT WILL CONTINUE FOR HOCKING COUNTY. A CONFIRMED TORNADOES SOUTHEAST OF CARLETON. IT'S MOVING EAST AT 30 MILES- PER-HOUR. TORNADO CONFIRMED ON RADAR SOUTHEAST OF TROY OLSON. THIS IS THE MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BECAUSE THEY ARE THE ONES ISSUING THE WARNINGS, AND THAT IS HOW WE HAVE THE INSIDE VIEW AS TO WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING AT. THERE ARE MANY SCANS AND MULTIPLE RADAR SITES, BUT IT'S ALL ABOUT THIS STORM. IT HAS MOVED EAST OF CARLETON NOW IN HOCKING COUNTY. >> NORTH NORTHEAST OF LAURELVILLE. >> THIS IS A PRETTY RURAL AREA. THIS IS OFF OF U.S. 56. THERE IS 374. STATE ROUTE 374. NOW, WATCH THIS. WE WILL DO STORM WINDS AGAIN. YOU CAN SEE IT PICK UP AGAIN. IT'S UNRELENTING. THIS INDICATES STORM LEVEL ROTATION. IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW IF THIS IS ON THE GROUND OR NOT, BUT WE ARE DOWN TO TOWNSHIP HIGHWAYS 146, STATE ROUTE 36, EAST OF LAURELVILLE. A VERY RURAL AREA. LET ME MOVE THIS OVER. EAST OF TARLETON, SOUTH PERRY, BUENA VISTA, NORTH AND SOUTH, BUT THE ROTATING PART OF THE STORM IS NOW MOVING SOUTHEAST. YOU CAN SEE THE AEROS HERE. WE ARE IN RURAL WESTERN HOCKING COUNTY, AND I'VE COVERED FLOODING HERE, BUT IT IS NOT NORMALLY A ZONE THAT SEES TORNADOES BECAUSE OF THE HILLS, BUT WE LEARNED THAT IN 2010. THAT'S NOT ALWAYS THE CASE. WE CONTINUE TO SEE THAT COUPLET, THE BROAD RED GREEN INTERTWINING OF INBOUND AND OUTBOUND. IT'S A WIDER SHAPE, WHICH MAKES IT LESS LIKELY A STORM WOULD REACH THE GROUND, BUT YOU DON'T   KNOW. YOU HAVE TO BE IN YOUR SAFE PLACE, WHICH IS YOUR ONLY ONGOING WARNING IN OUR VIEWING AREA, AND FOR THAT MATTER IN THE STATE OF OHIO, BUT DAVE KEEPS POINTING OUT THE BTI 4.8. WHAT IS THAT, A 50% CHANCE OF A TORNADO ON THE GROUND? IT'S THE HIGHEST WE'VE SEEN. >> WE'VE HAD THAT NUMBER SHOW UP HERE. WE'VE HAD TORNADOES CONFIRMED, EVERY TIME WE HAD ONE OF THESE SHOW UP 4.8 OR HIGHER, WE'VE HAD A TORNADO SHOW UP IN THAT SPOT. THAT'S BEEN A VERY RELIABLE INDICATOR OF WHERE THERE HAS BEEN ROTATION. OBVIOUSLY, WE ARE NOT BEEN TRYING TO SCARE ANYONE. WE ARE TRYING TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE IS PROPERLY PREPARED FOR WHATEVER IS COMING YOUR WAY. WE'VE HAD MULTIPLE TORNADOES ACROSS THE STATE. MANY LARGE TORNADOES CAUSING SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE IN THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE STATE. THIS IS BASICALLY BANNED OF THAT LINE CONTINUING THE LAST COUPLE OF CELLS THROUGH PARTS OF HOCKING COUNTY TONIGHT. NOT ONLY ARE WE TALKING ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF TORNADOES, BUT ONE OF THE OTHER THINGS TO DEAL WITH IS HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN BECAUSE WE HAVE HAD THESE CELLS TRAINING OVER THE SAME AREA. TWO TO 3-INCH RAINFALL RATES WOULD NOT BE UNBELIEVABLE. A VERY HILLY AREA. DRAINAGE FALLS DOWN. FLOODING IS GOING TO BE A POTENTIAL, AS WELL FOR A SECONDARY CONCERN, BUT THE BIG CONCERN, AND THIS NOTICE IS UP TO 4.9 NOW. IT INDICATES THE STORM CELL IS GETTING MORE TIGHTLY WRAPPED AGAIN. STRENGTHENING, POTENTIALLY BETWEEN LAURELVILLE AND LOGAN RIGHT NOW. THAT IS BASICALLY ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 180 FOR THE CANTWELL CLIFFS. BASICALLY, THE NORTHERN PART OF THE HOCKING HILLS IN THIS AREA. THAT'S WHERE THAT PART OF THE CELL IS OUTSIDE OF LAURELVILLE. THIS WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE THROUGH THE HOCKING HILLS JUST SOUTH OF LOGAN. YOU KNOW WHERE THE EXIT IS. THE EXITS HEAD INTO THE HOCKING HILLS. THAT'S GOING TO MOVE ACROSS DOWN 33 TOWARD NELSONVILLE. AGAIN, A VERY CURVY AREA. YOU ARE NOT GOING TO SEE WHAT'S COMING, SO IF YOU LIVE IN THIS AREA, I KNOW IT'S THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. YOU WANT TO CARVE OUT 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR TO GET TO THAT SAY SPOT. GO THERE RIGHT NOW IF YOU ARE DOWN HERE. IF YOU ARE DOWN NEAR 33, GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT UNTIL THE BACK EDGE OF THESE STORMS BY CIRCLEVILLE CROSSES AND MOVES ACROSS BECAUSE WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE TO SEE POTENTIALLY VERY GUSTY WINDS, HAIL AND POSSIBLY TWO CELLS THAT COULD POTENTIALLY PRODUCE A TORNADO MOVING ACROSS THIS AREA. THAT'S A LITTLE CONCERNING THAT THAT STORM CELL IS GETTING STRONGER, IT APPEARS AGAIN, AS IT MOVES TOWARD LOGAN, BUT AS YOU MENTIONED, THIS COULD BE ELEVATED ABOVE THE GROUND. >> THAT'S THE THING. WE DON'T KNOW. IF IT WAS DAYTIME WE WOULD HAVE SPOTTERS. IF WE COME BACK TO THE WEATHER CENTER, AT THE LARGER BOARD, I WANT TO POINT OUT THIS PARTICULAR STORM. I AM GOING TO ZOOM IN A LITTLE BIT TIGHTER AND I AM ALSO NOW GOING TO TAKE THAT FULL-SCREEN, SO WE'RE GOING TO GO BACK JUST A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN TRACKING ESSENTIALLY WHERE THAT STORM HAS BEEN ROTATING THE MOST. I AM GOING TO COME OUT TO A WIDER VIEW HERE.   THAT IS THE EASTERN EDGE. THAT'S HAYDEN BOEHLE, SOUTH LOGAN, EWING. THIS IS GIBSONVILLE. THAT'S THE LEADING EDGE OF THE STORM. I AM ESSENTIALLY FOLLOWING THE PATH. THERE IS STILL A SUGGESTION HERE  THAT THE AIR IS FLOWING IN AND THIS IS DEFINITELY WHAT WE CALL THE DRONE DOWN DRAFT, OR AIR FLOWING DOWN THE BACK EDGE OF THE STORM, SO WE COME ALL THE WAY BACK, CUEVAS, GET EVERYBODY ORIENTED. YOU CAN SEE MUCH LESS ACTIVE WEATHER. SOME HEAVY RAIN AROUND MARION COUNTY AND TELLER COUNTY. BUT THOSE OF THE LAST TWO CELLS THAT HAVE BEEN CAUSING US TROUBLE IN TERMS OF ROTATION OFF TO THE SOUTH. AND SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE AND SOUTH OF LOGAN. LET ME SLIDE THIS BACK UP TO MAKE SURE THAT'S ABOVE OUR BANNER. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS BY THE WAY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR HOCKING. PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY UNTIL 2:00 A.M. THIS IS A CONTINUATION OF EVERYBODY AROUND THE SUPER CELL STORM. EVERYONE IS WARNED IN SOME CAPACITY. YOU CAN GET A TORNADO WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF A THUNDERSTORM WARNING. THAT'S EVEN INDICATED IN THE MESSAGING, BUT THIS STORM CONTINUES TO WORK EAST. THIS IS WHERE IT CAME FROM. IT ESSENTIALLY WORKED ITS WAY JUST TO THE SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, AND WILLIAMSPORT. LET ME GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE SPACE HERE, SO YOU CAN SEE THE PATH OF THE STORM HAS BEEN LIKE SO. IT'S BEEN VERY CONSISTENT AND WE MAY FIND OUT THERE WERE ONE OR MORE TORNADO TOUCHDOWNS MOVING DO SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR. IT IS NOW HEADING THROUGH CENTRAL PORTIONS OF HOCKING COUNTY. THE HAIL SIZE AND KIDDING AROUND ONE INCH, EAST SOUTHEAST AT 31 MILES-PER-HOUR. LOGAN IN ABOUT 28 MINUTES. TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 1:45. IT IS CURRENTLY 1:28. THE TORNADO WARNING WILL CONTINUE UNTIL 1:45 FOR HOCKING COUNTY. A CONFIRMED TORNADO WITH DAMAGE REPORTED, SO WHEN WE WERE SEEING ALL OF THOSE REALLY   STRONG MARKERS BETWEEN CIRCLEVILLE AND LAURELVILLE, JUST SOUTHEAST OF CIRCLEVILLE, THE STORM WAS CLEARLY ON THE GROUND. AT LEAST, YOU KNOW, FOR A KNOWN PERIOD OF TIME BECAUSE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS SAYING YES, THAT HAS BEEN AN ONGOING ISSUE. >> THAT'S GOING THROUGH THE HOCKING HILLS AREA. IF YOU ARE AROUND THAT AREA, YOU LIVE AROUND THERE, YOU NEED TO GET TO THAT SAFE SPOT IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE WE HAVE HAD REPORTS OF DAMAGE WITH THIS CELL NEAR LAURELVILLE, SO THAT DAMAGE IS AN INDICATION THAT THERE WAS AT MINIMUM VERY STRONG WINDS. WE TALK ABOUT 70 TO 80 MILE-PER- HOUR WINDS. THAT'S EF-1 TO EF-0. THAT'S TORNADO STRENGTH WINS IN A STRAIGHT LINE FASHION. >> SPEAKING OF DAMAGE. FAYETTE COUNTY. WE HAVE VIDEO JUST IN. REMEMBER, THIS IS A STORM THAT CAME FROM FAYETTE COUNTY INTO PICKAWAY COUNTY, AND YOU CAN REALLY SEE AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE MONITOR, THE SKY ILLUMINATED BY LIGHTNING. HERE IS A PHONE CLOUD, AND THAT LOOKS LIKE A CONE-SHAPED TORNADO IN FAYETTE COUNTY. THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. THAT'S PRETTY DRAMATIC. >> YOU SAID THAT WAS ABOUT AN HOUR AGO? >> I DID A TIME-LAPSE ON THAT OVER CIRCLEVILLE. THIS MAY BE A SUPER CELL THAT KEPT CONTINUING >> YOU CAN SEE IT IN THAT VIDEO. >> AGAIN, IF THIS WERE   DAYLIGHT, WE WOULD HAVE MORE INFORMATION, BUT IF WE ARE SEEING ELIMINATED BY LIGHTNING, AND AT THAT WITH, THAT LOOKS LIKE MAYBE A QUARTER OF A MILE WIDE, IT'S HARD TO TELL. BUT INCREDIBLY STRONG STORM IN FAYETTE COUNTY. I AM GOING TO GO BACK ON TIME- LAPSE, SO WE CAN FOLLOW THAT STORM. LET ME GET SOME OF THESE MARKERS OUT OF THE WAY. I'M GOING TO HAVE TO GO BACK MAYBE TWO HOURS HERE TO WATCH THAT STORM MOVED THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY, NORTH OF JEFFERSONVILLE, NORTH WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE. THAT'S WHERE THE VIDEO WAS   FROM. THAT IS THE STORM THAT INDEED HAS MADE IT TO CIRCLEVILLE. I AM GOING TO GIVE US A PAUSE BETWEEN HIS TIME LAPSES. >> WE ALSO HAVE VIDEO COMING IN FROM THE DAYTON AREA OF DAMAGE CAUSED EARLIER IN DAYTON. YOU CAN SEE THE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES HERE. OH, MY GOSH. LOOK AT THE VIDEO FROM THIS BUILDING THAT WAS BASICALLY TORN OFF. THE DIFFICULT PART IS TELLING WHAT STRENGTH OF TORNADO THIS IS, BUT OBVIOUSLY WE HAD CONFIRMED REPORTS OF A TORNADO EARLIER ON THE GROUND IN DAYTON. YOU CAN SEE THE LIGHTNING STILL FLASHING IN THE BACKGROUND HERE. A LOT OF RAIN FELL IN THIS AREA. ANYWHERE FROM TWO TO THREE INCHES OF RAIN. WINDOWS SMASHED BY THE DEBRIS. THIS IS WHY WE TELL FOLKS TO MAKE SURE YOU GET AWAY FROM THOSE DOORS AND WINDOWS BECAUSE EVEN THOUGH A TORNADO POSSIBLY HAD THIS STRUCTURE OR POSSIBLY STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS, THE OUTER WALLS OF THAT HOME DID TAKE MOST OF THE FORCE, AND TOOK ALL OF THE DAMAGE, SO IF YOU ARE INSIDE THAT HOUSE IN THE INNERMOST ROOM, OR THE BASEMENT, YOU CAN ESCAPE SOME OF THAT DAMAGE, AND KEEP IT CAN FIND TO THE OUTER PORTIONS OF THE HOUSE, BUT THIS APPEARS TO BE AT LEAST STRONG WINDS IF NOT TORNADIC DAMAGE COMING IN. I DON'T KNOW THAT WE HAVE CONFIRMED THAT WAS WITH TORNADO, PER SE, BUT VERY STRONG WINDS, DAMAGE IN THE DAYTON AREA. WE DID HAVE REPORTS CONFIRMED TORNADOES ON THE GROUND. THAT WAS EARLIER THIS EVENING. ABOUT THREE HOURS AGO. THAT PRODUCED A LOT OF DAMAGE IN THE AREA, AND THOSE STORM CELLS HAVE TRAVELED DOWN THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY THROUGH PICKAWAY COUNTY, THE HOCKING HILLS, WHERE WE HAVE HAD DAMAGE THROUGH THE HOCKING HILLS, WITH REPORTS NEAR LAURELVILLE OF A TORNADO THAT HAS CAUSED DAMAGE IN THAT AREA, SO AGAIN IF YOU'RE IN THE HOCKING HILLS, LOGAN, NELSONVILLE, THIS IS THE TIME YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT. WE'VE ALSO GOT A STRONG CELL TRAILING IS MOVING ACROSS 23 RIGHT NOW. THE SAME AREA WE HAD TRUCKS FLIPPED OVER ALONG 23 SOUTH OF LOGAN ELM PARK OR LOGAN ELM VILLAGE, AND THAT WAS DOWN NEAR A TRUCK STOP. A COUPLE OF TRUCKS GOT FLIPPED OVER ON THEIR SIDES, POSSIBLY FROM STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS OR TORNADIC DAMAGE. THAT WAS A SO WE WERE FOLLOWING NEAR CARLETON AND LAURELVILLE THAT PRODUCED A CONFIRMED REPORT OF TORNADOES IN THAT AREA, AND THAT CELL IS NOW DOWN INTO HOCKING COUNTY. THAT IS MOVING, IT APPEARS, JUST SOUTH OF LOGAN. IF IT CONTINUES EAST SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, IT   EVENTUALLY MOVES INTO NELSONVILLE. ATHENS COUNTY WILL HAVE TO DEAL WITH IT.   HERE IS THE STORM THREAT. PURPLE SHADING SHOWS THE POSSIBILITY OF SOME STRONG HAIL. THIS IS SHOWING HALF INCH DIAMETER HAIL, SO ABOUT NICKEL TO DIME OR DYING TO QUARTER- SIZED HAIL POSSIBLE WITH THIS.   THIS BACK SELL ABOUT 2.7. THAT'S OUR TORNADO INDEX. THAT IS LOWERED OR WEAKENED FROM A COUPLE OF SCANS AGO. THIS OTHER CELL WE'VE BEEN WATCHING, STILL A BTI SHOWING UP AT 4.9 WITH THAT CELL, AS IT CONTINUES TO PUSH OFF TOWARDS THE EAST SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 31   MILES-PER-HOUR. THIS LATEST TRACK RIGHT HERE, WHICH CELL IS THIS? THE 2.9? THAT IS SHOWING WEAKENING. >> I'M GOING TO DRAW YOUR ATTENTION. THIS ONE HAS CYCLED UP. THIS IS THE PERRY COUNTY TORNADO WARNING. NOW A SURE MORNING. THAT HAS STRONG WINDSHEAR AS IT HEADS INTO PHILO, BRUSH CREEK AND SOUTH ZANESVILLE. 69 MILES-PER-HOUR. >> HOW DO YOU SEE SOMETHING IN A HILLY AREA? >> YOU CANNOT WHAT THESE. RADAR DOESN'T SPOT THEM AS MUCH AS TELL US THE AREA WHERE SOMETHING IS HAPPENING OVERHEAD. IT'S GOING TO BE NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE UNTIL WE GET REPORTS OF DAMAGE OR SOMETHING ILLUMINATED BY LIGHTNING. THAT'S WHY THESE ARE SO DANGEROUS. DURING THE DAY, AT LEAST WE WOULD HAVE A VANTAGE POINT TO SEE, BUT PERRY COUNTY IS NOT GIVING UP ITS STRENGTH COMPLETELY, EITHER. YOU CAN SEE AS I RUN A COUPLE OF ELEMENTS OF INFORMATION, ESSENTIALLY INTERROGATING THE STORM. ROTATIONAL WINDS ARE NEAR 60 MILES-PER-HOUR. WINDS ARE NEAR 60 MILES-PER- HOUR AS IT APPROACHES BRUSH CREEK AND LEROCQUE IN THE NEXT 10 TO 25 MINUTES, SO AGAIN JUST TO ORIENT YOU GUYS, I WILL HAVE TO CLEAR THAT OUT. THAT'S THE STORM IN WESTERN MUSKINGUM COUNTY MOVING RITUALLY OUT OF NORTHEASTERN PERRY COUNTY. THE THUNDERSTORM WARNING, LOOKING FOR HOCKING COUNTY AND PICKAWAY COUNTY CONTINUING UNTIL 2:00. THAT'S FOR OUR OTHER STORM, WHICH IS NOT AS STRONG AS IT HAD BEEN, THANKFULLY. >> BUT IT HAS BEEN DOING THAT TONIGHT, TOO. >> YEAH. IT WILL GO DOWN AND 10 MINUTES LATER WE WILL SEE IT CYCLE AGAIN, BUT IF YOU GO BACK TO THE VELOCITY ON THAT STORM CELL, THAT ONE HAS -- IT HAS WEAKENED A LOT. WE NOTICED THAT OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF CYCLES, SCANS THAT THIS CELL HAS WEAKENED. THEY ARE STILL SHOWING A LITTLE   BIT OF ROTATION, AND AGAIN AS WE ARE ALLUDING TO CALL YOU DO NOT WANT TO GO OH, IT'S WEAKENING. THAT'S IT IF I AM IN LOGAN OR LOGANVILLE, YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU KEEP ON ALERT BECAUSE THE STORM CELL HAS A HISTORY OF BEING DANGEROUS NEAR LAURELVILLE. WE HAD DAMAGE REPORTS POSSIBLY WITH A TORNADO WITH THIS CELL PUSHING OFF TOWARD THE EAST SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 30 TO 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, SO STILL A DANGEROUS CELL RIGHT IN HERE. THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO BASICALLY MOVING TOWARDS STAR SOUTH OF LOGAN. IF YOU ARE NEAR CEDAR GROVE NEAR BLACK JACK, SOUTH BLOOMINGVILLE. WRITE DOWN IN THAT AREA FOR THE STATE PARK ENTRANCE. THAT'S GOING TO BE UNDER THE GUN OVERHEAD. THAT STORM HAS A HISTORY OF WEAKENING A LITTLE BIT ENDED THE PULSE UP ABOUT 15 MINUTES AGO. POSSIBLY PRODUCED A TORNADO NEAR LAURELVILLE. >> AND SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE. PROBABLY IN FAYETTE COUNTY AND CERTAINLY BACK IN GREEN AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES AND IT'S WHAT WE CALL A TORNADO FAMILY THAT WORKED ITS WAY SOUTHEAST. STILL SOME POWERFUL STORMS BY KINGSTON. THAT'S A SURE MORNING CURRENTLY FOR COMING INTO THE BACK EDGE. COMPANION STORMS, WHICH IS UNUSUAL, AT LEAST IN OUR PART OF THE COUNTRY, TO SEE SUCH FIERCE STORMS RIDING PIGGYBACK, BUT THERE IS THAT MUCH ENERGY, THAT MUCH WINDSHEAR AND ROTATION ALOFT TO SUSTAIN THESE STORMS, BUT ALSO FEEDING OFF AREAS TO THE SOUTH WHERE IT HASN'T RAINED YET. EVERYTHING HAS MADE TREMENDOUS PROGRESS TO THE SOUTHEAST. NOT AT A RAPID RATE, BUT WE'VE CLEARED AREAS OUTSIDE A LITTLE RAIN OUTSIDE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, LICKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY, EXCEPT THE EXTREME SOUTHWEST CORNER. ANYTHING TO THE NORTH IS JUST GOING TO BE RAIN-COOLED AIR. >> NOT THAT IT REALLY MATTERS BECAUSE THEY WERE EXPIRING AT 2:00 BUT FAIRFIELD, PICKAWAY COUNTY, FAYETTE COUNTY, LICKING COUNTY, AND MADISON COUNTY HAVE CANCELED OR EXPIRED THE TORNADO WATCH IS FOR THOSE AREAS. >> THIS IS IT. TO THE NORTH, BUT THAT'S NOT GOING TO HAVE A SEVERE THREAT. >> I AM GOING TO GIVE DAVE A BROADER PERSPECTIVE. THERE IS POCKETS OF RAIN, BUT IT'S OUTLINED BY THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS, AND THE POLYGON FOR HOCKING COUNTY. THAT STORM IS AGAIN OVER HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK SOUTH OF LOGAN. IT IS NOT SHOWING ALL OF THE CLASSIC SIGNATURES WE'VE SEEN OVER AND OVER AGAIN. THIS IS BROAD ROTATION HERE. ALMOST CERTAINLY ALOFT. AGAIN, ROTATION DOESN'T ENSURE ROTATION BUT IT CERTAINLY HAS MATCHED UP WITH THE TOUCHDOWNS THAT WE'VE CONFIRMED. WE WILL FIND THOSE OUT TOMORROW MORNING BY LIGHT OF DAY, AND THAT'S WHY ALL OF THESE DIFFERENT INDICES WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT HAS HELPED IMMENSELY IN TERMS OF PINPOINTING EXACTLY WHAT IS THE MOST DANGEROUS PART OF THESE STORMS BECAUSE IN THE OLD DAYS, WE DIDN'T HAVE DOPPLER RADAR. WE SAW BRIGHT COLORS AND THEY DIDN'T REALLY TELL US WHETHER IT WAS HEAVY RAIN OR -- AND WAS WE HAD A CLEARLY DEFINED HOOK AGO. WE EVEN HAVE THAT TONIGHT, WHERE THE AIR IS CIRCLING AROUND, BUT BEFORE WE WERE SEEING CURRENTS LIKE THESE. WE ARE NOT SEEING THAT KIND OF ROTATION ANYMORE, BUT IT IS WORTH REVIEWING. INFLOW, OUTFLOW IN THIS CASE. YOU'VE GOT IT GOING THIS WAY AND THAT WAY, BUT IT'S NO LONGER COMING BACK. STILL MAYBE A HINT OF ROTATION IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HOCKING COUNTY. GOING BACK TO REFLECTIVITY MODE, THAT KIND OF MAKES SENSE HERE. A LAST VESTIGE OF WHERE THERE IS SOME ROTATION.   WE DON'T WANT TO RULE ANYTHING OUT IN AN ONGOING WARNING. THE CORE OF THE STORM 5 MINUTES TO DELPHI AND 20 MINUTES INTO LAURELVILLE. >> NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY UNTIL 2:15 TONIGHT. >> BECAUSE OF THE HISTORY OF THESE STORMS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS NOT GOING TO LET THIS GO. >> THAT'S GOING TO BE THE TRAILING KSL YOU WERE JUST SHOWING. THERE IT IS. >> I WAS WAITING FOR THE REDBOX. BOTH STORMS ARE TORNADO WARNING STORMS, AND WE'RE NOT SEEING --   >> YOU CAN SEE BETTER ROTATION NEAR KINGSTON WITH THE SECOND BACK SELL NEAR WESTON. >> WHAT HAPPENS, WE THINK THIS FILLS IN A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE YOU HAVE THIS RAIN OUT HERE. HOWEVER, FOR THIS STORM, THIS STORM IS SETTING OFF BY ITSELF,   SO IT'S GOT MORE MOIST AIR TO FLOW IN AND MAYBE ONE OF THE LAST OF THE POWERFUL STORMS, BUT IT GAMES, AS THE STORM IN FRONT OF IT WEAKENS A LITTLE BIT, AND I'M NOT EVEN SAYING IT IS THAT WE CAN SOUTHERN HOCKING COUNTY, BUT ABSOLUTELY NORTHEASTERN ROSS COUNTY, HEADING INTO WESTERN HOCKING COUNTY, VERY POTENT STORM, SO AS DAVE MENTIONED, AND BY THE WAY THE EAST MOVEMENT AT 55 MILES-PER-HOUR IS MUCH FASTER THAN THE STORMS EARLIER WHICH WERE AROUND 35 MILES-PER-HOUR. THIS MARKER SAYS IT IS STILL CLOSER TO 30, BUT IT'S ADJUSTING RIGHT NOW AS THAT STORM DEVELOP. A TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 2:15. YOU CAN SEE THAT. WE ARE DEFINITELY GOING TO DO THAT. >> KINGSTON. WE HAVE A LITTLE ROTATION SHOWING UP RIGHT IN THAT AREA. THIS HAS BEEN A CELL WE'VE BEEN   WATCHING FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF , YOU KNOW, HOUR, HOUR AND A HALF BECAUSE IT'S BEEN TRAILING THE OTHER STRONGER SELL INITIALLY, BUT NOW THIS ONE APPEARS TO BE SHOWING MORE ROTATION. AGAIN, RIGHT NEAR KINGSTON AT THIS TIME. AS YOU MENTIONED, IT DOES APPEAR TO BE MOVING EAST AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, ALTHOUGH DEPENDING ON WHICH RADAR SCAN YOU'RE GETTING IN THERE, IT IS SHOWING A BIT QUICKER SPEED. I WOULD ALWAYS RATHER ASSUME IS GOING A LITTLE BIT FASTER. RADAR SCANS PICKING UP 50 TO 55. THAT'S OKAY. IF YOU ARE IN KINGSTON, LAURELVILLE, AGAIN THIS IS AN AREA THAT WAS JUST HIT 15, 20 MINUTES AGO WITH POTENTIALLY ANOTHER TORNADO NORTH OF LAURELVILLE, AND NOW YOU THINK ABOUT FOLKS IN THAT AREA. YOU HAVE TO GO BACK INDOORS, EVEN IF YOU HAVE DAMAGE TO YOUR HOME. THAT IS YOUR STATE STRUCTURE TO BE IN. >> HOPEFULLY, YOU HAVEN'T HAD DAMAGE, BUT THE PROBLEM IS YOU MAY NOT EVEN KNOW WHAT HAS HAPPENED AROUND YOU, AND YOU DON'T KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY TREES OR WIRES DOWN BECAUSE WE KNOW WE HAVE HAD POWERFUL WINDS, ROTATION NEAR THE GROUND, MAYBE ON THE GROUND IN SPOTS, SO IT'S A VERY DIFFICULT SITUATION. YOU DON'T WANT TO BE WALKING AROUND OUTSIDE IN THE DARKNESS, NOT SURE LITERALLY WHAT YOU'RE STEPPING ON OR WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO COME ACROSS RELATIVE TO ANY BITS OF DEBRIS THAT SOMETIMES CAN BE CARRIED MILES FROM WHERE A STORM ACTUALLY TOUCHED DOWN, SO WE ARE CONTINUING TO TRACK THE LATEST SERIES OF TORNADO WARNING AND STORMS OUT OF ROSS COUNTY, AND INTO WESTERN HOCKING COUNTY. >> NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING FOR ATHENS. THAT'S A NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING. IT'S THE SAME SO WE WERE TRACKING. SEE HOW IT'S DOWN FROM NELSONVILLE DOWN TO ATHENS? >> THEY ARE EXTENDING IT INTO THE NORTH CHARLESTON AREA. WILMINGTON AND CHARLESTON, SO WE HAVE MULTIPLE OFFICES THAT HAVE DIFFERENT AREAS,. CHARLESTON FOR ATHENS COUNTY. THEY ARE COORDINATING THAT TORNADO WARNING. UNTIL THIS STORM SHOWS SIGNS OF LOSING ROTATION, SO -- >> LET'S ZOOM IN NEAR LEE CO. IT MAY BE DIFFICULT TO SEE HERE. IT SHOULD BE RIGHT IN THIS AREA HERE IN THE SOUTHERN HOCKING HILLS, WHERE WE'VE GOT THAT STORM RIGHT NOW, AND AGAIN IF YOU'VE BEEN THROUGH THIS AREA, MOST OF US HAVE SPENT TIME DOWN THERE AT SOME POINT. IT'S VERY HILLY. ROADS ARE CURVY. IT'S DIFFICULT TO SEE ANYTHING IN THIS AREA. THIS IS CONCERNING MOVING THROUGH THE SOUTHERN HOCKING HILLS, AND EVENTUALLY AS WE ZOOM OUT, YOU WILL NOTICE WE'VE GOT THAT TORNADO WARNING BOX EXTENDING THROUGH NELSONVILLE, DOWN TO ATHENS. THAT DOES INCLUDE OHIO UNIVERSITY, NOW UNDER THE TORNADO WARNING EXTENDING UNTIL 2:30 TONIGHT. IT EXTENDS ALL THE WAY UNTIL 2:30 FOR THIS CELL MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR, SO THAT CELL EARLIER WAS MOVING EAST SOUTHEAST, AND IT IS STARTING TO TURN A LITTLE BIT, WHICH GIVES ME AN INDICATION THAT POSSIBLY THIS ALL BEHIND IT NEAR LAURELVILLE, THIS ONE RIGHT HERE TO THE EAST, THAT MOVES JUST NORTH OF LAURELVILLE. THIS ONE NEAR KINGSTON TO LAURELVILLE. THIS MAY MOVE SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE WITH THE POTENTIAL TORNADO MOVING INTO THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE HOCKING HILLS AND HOCKING COUNTY. A MEMBERS, 90% LIKELIHOOD OF SEVERE HAIL. ABOUT 30% LOOKING NICKEL TO QUARTER-SIZED HAIL WITH THIS AS IT MOVES EAST SOUTHEAST. THIS OTHER CELL JUST OFF TOWARDS THE SOUTH OF LOGAN INTO STAR IN ABOUT 19 MINUTES. THAT WOULD PUT YOU AT ABOUT 2:00. NELSONVILLE ABOUT 30 MINUTES, BUT YOU ARE ALREADY SEEING STRONG THUNDERSTORMS OUT AHEAD OF THIS CELL MOVING INTO STAR AT POINT. YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR SAFE SPOT. I KNOW WE KEEP TALKING ABOUT THIS, BUT THE IMPORTANCE CANNOT BE STATED. YOU HAVE TO GET TO THAT LOWEST POINT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. >> THERE YOU GO. WE DIDN'T HAVE THIS BEFORE. THERE IS THE INFAMOUS COUPLET OF GREEN AND RED INDICATING AIR CURLING AROUND IN A SPIRAL ALOFT, AT LEAST, SO AGAIN THAT HELPS US NAIL DOWN AND CERTAINLY FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE -- >> THEY REISSUED FOR HOCKING COUNTY UNTIL 2:15, AS WELL. >> THIS IS WHY. THIS IS THE TYPE ED GREENE INDICATING COUNTERCLOCKWISE CIRCULATION. AT LEAST, AT CLUB LEVEL. >> MOVING EAST AT 40. THEY ARE MOVING FASTER NOW. THAT ONE IS LOCATED NEAR THE HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK. A TORNADO ON DOPPLER RADAR NEAR THE HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK. NEWLY ISSUED TORNADO WARNING DOES EXTEND FOR SOUTHERN HOCKING COUNTY UNTIL 2:15, AND THAT EXTENDS INTO ATHENS COUNTY, VINTON COUNTY, THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF VINTON COUNTY. LOOK AT THAT ROTATION. >> LIKE YOU SAID, IT CYCLES OVER, AND OVER AGAIN. IT PERHAPS WEAKENS BRIEFLY AND THEN ENCOUNTERS A MORE FAVORABLE ENVIRONMENT, AND OF COURSE WE ARE GETTING A LITTLE OUT OF THE RANGE OF CLEVELAND. I AM GOING TO SWITCH TO CHARLESTON JUST TO GET ANOTHER TAKE ON THESE STORMS BECAUSE REALLY, WE HAVE BEEN FOCUSING ON WILMINGTON RADAR, BUT CHARLESTON SHOULD GET A BETTER VIEW OF THE STORMS COMING INTO THE APPALACHIANS. WITH THAT IN MIND, LET ME GO BACK OVER WHAT I DID. THIS IS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CHARLESTON. AGAIN, BACK HERE, THESE ARE PROBABLY STRONG OUTFLOWS. BUT THIS IS THE AREA WE'RE WATCHING FOR ROTATION. BUT LET'S GO UP A LITTLE BIT, AND SEE IF WE HAVE A -- ANY OTHER VIEWS OF WINDSHEAR RIGHT THERE INDICATING THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE SOUTH OF LOGAN OVER THE HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK. >> IT APPEARS WILMINGTON RADAR HAS A BETTER TRACK ON THE KINGSTON STORM. >> IT DOES, SO WE WILL GO BACK TO WILMINGTON RADAR. IN THE OLD DAYS, WE COULDN'T MAKE ALL THESE SWAPS, AND GO BACK AND FORTH, TO LOOK AT DIFFERENT RADAR SYSTEMS OR RADAR SITES, SO WILMINGTON AS DAVE SAYS HAS A MUCH BETTER VIEW OF THE LAURELVILLE TORNADO WARNING STORM. CHARLESTON WILL COME INTO PLAY AS IT GETS INTO ATHENS COUNTY, BUT THESE TWO STORMS, AND IT WOULD BE HELPFUL -- >> RIGHT HERE.   >> I WILL SHOW YOU TIME-LAPSE TO SHOW YOU MOVEMENT, AND LET ME PUT A LITTLE BIT OF A MOTION EAST SOUTHEAST ON THIS. I NEED TO BACK THIS UP A LITTLE BIT, SO YOU CAN SEE THE TRACK OF THESE TWO STORMS. IT IS ONE FOLLOWING THE OTHER. ONE GOING SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE. MOVING JUST AS QUICKLY RIGHT BEHIND THE PREVIOUS LAURELVILLE TORNADO, SO THESE TWO STORMS, THERE IS A LOT OF RAIN OFF TO THE EAST IN ATHENS COUNTY THAT MAY MAKE IT A LITTLE LESS LIKELY THAT THE STORM ENTERING NORTHWEST ATHENS COUNTY WILL BE QUITE AS STRONG BUT YOU CAN SEE THE TWO CELLS, BOTH TORNADIC, ONE MOVING PAST LAURELVILLE AND ANOTHER NOW APPROACHING LAURELVILLE, AND JUST SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE IN THE NORTH WESTERN PORTIONS OF HOCKING COUNTY. I AM GOING TO STOP THE TRACKER FOR A MOMENT, BUT THAT GIVES US PERSPECTIVE. IT LOOKS LIKE EVERYTHING IS MOVING SOUTHEAST. >> ZOOM INTO THE KINGSTON AREA AND PUT ON THE VELOCITY FOR THIS. >> HERE IS THE KINGSTON STORM. LET'S GO -- >> MOVE UP THE MAP. WE HAVE THE BANNER AT THE BOTTOM. JUST A LITTLE BIT. THE LAST SCAN ACTUALLY CLEANED IT UP. CAN YOU TURN ON THE BASE VELOCITY AND SEE IF THAT GIVES US A BETTER INDICATION? >> IT FILTERS OUT STORM MOTION. >> KIND OF WEEK LOOKING, BUT STILL JUST A LITTLE BIT OF A COUPLET RIGHT HERE, THAT STILL INDICATES WE MIGHT HAVE ROTATION ALOFT. >> BUT LIKE THE LAST ONE THAT WENT NORTH OF LAURELVILLE, THIS   ONE IS GOING SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE. >> MAYBE, A LITTLE BETTER AND FLOW FROM THE SOUTH BEFORE IT PERKS UP. WE HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO KEEP OUR EYE OFF ANY OF THESE STORMS FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME, EVEN AS THEY MOVE EAST SOUTHEAST ABOUT   33 MILES-PER-HOUR TO A DELPHI AND LAURELVILLE. THAT'S THE KINGSTON STORM, AND SEPARATELY WE HAVE THE ATHENS COUNTY STORM HEADING INTO ATHENS COUNTY FROM THE NORTHWEST HEADING INTO STAR FOR THE NEXT 12 MINUTES. IT'S JUST ABOUT CLEARED IN SOUTHEASTERN HOCKING COUNTY, BUT NOT QUITE. NELSONVILLE, CHANCEY, ATHENS. IT REMAINS TO BE SEEN WHAT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOES HERE AFTER 2:00, BUT RIGHT NOW, THERE ARE TORNADO WARNING STORMS. IN OTHER WORDS, THEY ARE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO. THE ONE MOVING INTO ATHENS COUNTY, OF COURSE OVER HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK EAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR, ACCORDING TO THE LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SCAM, AND THAT'S THE OVERALL TRACK ON BOTH OF THESE. THEY ARE IN TANDEM. ONE IS A LITTLE TO THE WEST. BOTH HAVE HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING TORNADOES AND CERTAINLY STORM ROTATION, WHICH COMES AND GOES, BUT I THINK THE STORM WILL BE IN ATHENS SHORTLY. >> I THINK THE BIGGEST CONCERN IS THE CELL MOVING OUT OF -- IT IS BASICALLY MOVING OUT OF PICKAWAY COUNTY, BUT IF YOU ARE IN THE NORTHEASTERN CORNER OF ROSS COUNTY, THAT'S GOING TO BE A DANGEROUS SPOT IN NORTHEASTERN ROSS COUNTY, SOUTHERN HOCKING COUNTY, AND MOST OF ATHENS, AND PART OF VINTON COUNTY. ALL UNDER TORNADO WARNINGS FOR THIS STORMS ALL THAT IS CONTINUING TO PUSH OFF TOWARDS   THE EAST, AND AGAIN WE ARE SHOWING STORM THREATS HERE. THE PURPLE INDICATIONS ARE FOR SMALL HAIL. ABOUT HALF INCH DIAMETER. NICKEL-SIZED HAIL, MAYBE DONE TO NICKEL-SIZED HAIL. THE BIGGER CONCERN IS GOING TO BE ROTATION SHOWING UP WITH THESE POSSIBLE STORMS THAT COULD POSSIBLY PRODUCE OR DROP A TORNADO OUT OF THEM AS WE HAVE TRACKED THESE MOVING OFF TO THE EAST SOUTHEAST. EAST SOUTHEAST ABOUT 40 MILES- PER-HOUR. THIS WILL BASICALLY GIVE US AN INDICATION OF THE ROTATION OF THE WINDS. THESE ARE THE TWO CELLS. THIS ONE HAS GOT THE BIG TORNADO WARNING CONE THAT GOES INTO ATHENS COUNTY. IT'S NORTH OF STAR BETWEEN STARR AND LOGAN.   WE'VE GOT ANOTHER SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE. THAT IS THE NEWEST TORNADO WARNING THAT WE'VE GOT. THAT'S ALSO GOING TO FALL ON THIS SAME PATH, BASICALLY INTO THE SOUTHERN PART OF HOCKING COUNTY AND NORTHERN VINTON COUNTY, THEN EVENTUALLY BACK INTO ATHENS COUNTY. ALONG 33, IT'S GOING TO BE A MASS FROM 33 TO SOUTH. THE CELL MOVING TOWARDS NELSONVILLE RIGHT NOW HAS HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING A TORNADO NEAR LAURELVILLE EARLIER, OR AT LEAST DAMAGE WAS ASSOCIATED POSSIBLY WITH WIND DAMAGE TO A STRUCTURE WAS ASSOCIATED WITH A TORNADO THAT POSSIBLY MOVED THROUGH THE NORTHERN PART OF THE HOCKING HILLS AND NORTHEAST CORNER. THAT'S MOVING DOWN 33 FROM NELSONVILLE TOWARD ATHENS. >> THAT IS THE HAIL PATH WHICH MATCHES UP WITH THE STRONGER UPDRAFTS THAT HAVE BEEN ROTATING. >> WHAT IS THE SHARE SLOT LOOK LIKE? >> DAVE IS REFERRING TO WHAT HAS HELPED US A LOT TONIGHT. THIS IS THE SHEAR RATE, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE CURRENTLY, NEAR LAURELVILLE AND TALKING HILLS STATE PARK. >> THIS ANOTHER TORNADO WARNING JUST ISSUED FOR HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY UNTIL 2:15. THE SAME CELL NEAR KINGSTON. >> HAVING EAST SOUTHEAST AT 40 MILES-PER-HOUR, AND YEP. THERE IS THE SHEER PATH. LET'S GO BACK TO OUR CLASSIC MODE. IT'S THE SAME TWO STORMS. WE CALL THESE ROLLING WARNINGS BECAUSE ONCE THEY'VE HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING TORNADOES, AND WE CONTINUE TO FIND SMALL LAYERS OF ROTATION, AND WHO KNOWS WHAT KIND OF DAMAGE WE MAY FIND, HOPEFULLY WE WON'T BY THE LIGHT OF DAY, BUT IT IS HARD TO IMAGINE. THESE STORMS HAVE NOT BEEN ON THE GROUND AND SPOTS WHETHER IT BE STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS OR ROTATION REACHING THE GROUND, BUT TWO VERY POTENT STORMS. AGAIN, THIS STORM IS OFF BY ITSELF A LITTLE BIT. THIS STORM IS OFF BY ITSELF, SO THEY HAVE UNIMPEDED, WARM, MOIST AIR FROM THE SOUTH FOLLOWING A BOUNDARY THAT IS ESSENTIALLY A WARM FRONT, WHICH IS THE LEADING EDGE OF THE WARMER TROPICAL AIR RUNNING THROUGH HERE. THAT HAS BEEN THE PATHWAY. THAT'S WHY WE KNEW WHERE THESE STORMS WERE GOING. THEY STARTED IN THE DAYTON AREA, BUT WE KNEW WHERE THE FRONT WAS LYING.   WE TALKED ABOUT THAT EARLIER AROUND 6:00 ON THE SHOWS. WE SAID TO WATCH THE BOUNDARY AS STORMS CAME OUT OF INDIANA. THEY HAVE RUN DOWN THE SAME HIGHWAY OVER AND OVER AGAIN. THE BROADER VIEW IS SHOWING A FEATURE THAT PROBABLY COST US OUR BIGGEST PROBLEM. IT WAS THIS BROUGHT LOW PRESSURE AREA IN THE MID-LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE, SO THERE IS THE BROAD ROTATION AND THEN THAT COMES DOWN INTO THE LOW LEVELS IN THE FORM OF SMALL VORTICES, AND THAT'S FOR ALL THE SUPER CELLS HAVE BEEN ON THE LEADING EDGE. AGAIN, A ROTATING UPDRAFT. MAYBE, 25% CHANCE OF TORNADOES. THE ROTATION HAS BEEN TIGHT. LIKE A FIGURE SKATER SPIRALING AROUND, FASTER AND FASTER. THEY ARE FEEDING OFF OF EACH OTHER, AND THAT IS WHAT HAS BEEN SO ROUGH TONIGHT. MAYBE, THE OUTFLOW FROM ONE, THE LEADING EDGE FEEDS INTO THE NEXT STORM UPSCALE, SO THERE IS LAURELVILLE. THAT IS ONE OF THE TORNADO WARNINGS, AND THAT IS THE NELSONVILLE, CHANCEY, STARR AND ATHENS. TORNADO WARNING TO GUYS FILL IN ATHENS COUNTY, NELSONVILLE, SO TWO POTENT STORMS. WE CONTINUE TO GO BACK TO SOME OF OUR INDICATORS. THEY ARE JUST LITTLE ELEMENTS, BUT THEY ARE VERY IMPORTANT, VERY TELLING. IT INDICATES A SMALL ROTATION, BUT OCCASIONALLY, WE WILL GO BACK AFTER A STORM HAS MOVED THROUGH, AND TRY TO ANALYZE WHY A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AND WHAT WAS THE SIGNAL. IT CAN BE THAT SUBTLE. >> I'VE BEEN WATCHING, TRYING TO LOOK FOR THESE CELLS LIKE THE ONE NEAR WILL ALSO TO SEE IF WE ARE SEEING DEBRIS. THAT'S ONE OF THE INDICATORS THAT THERE IS A TORNADO VIA RADAR IS IF YOU CAN SEE THE DEBRIS. I HAVE NOT NOTICED THAT IN THE LAST 15 MINUTES OR SO WITH SOME OF THESE SCAMS. IT'S A DIFFICULT THING TO PICK   UP ON RADAR, SOMETIMES, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE A HILLY LOCATION. THE WAY THE RADAR CLEANS UP A LITTLE BIT, IT'S DIFFICULT TO PICK UP IN THIS AREA. >> I'M GOING TO PUT THAT ON FOR YOU. >> IT'S DIFFICULT TO SEE. >> I KNOW YOU SEE SOME COLORS HERE, BUT THAT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR. USUALLY, WHEN HE SAW IT EARLIER, LIKE A BLUE DOT OR SOMETHING WITHIN AN AREA WHERE WE BASICALLY HAD ROTATION, THIS IS A RELATIVELY NEW COMPONENT OF VIPER RADAR AROUND THE COUNTRY. CAME IN AROUND 2014-2015, BUT WE DID SEE A DEBRIS BALL AT ONE POINT, AND I'M NOT SURE IF IT WAS THE PICKAWAY COUNTY OR THE FAYETTE COUNTY STORM, BUT THAT WAS AN INDICATION OF A TORNADO ON THE GROUND. THAT MAY HAVE BEEN THE STORM WHERE WE SAW THE VIDEO OF THE TORNADO ILLUMINATED BY LIGHTNING ABOUT 15 OR 20 MINUTES AGO. >> I THINK FOR THIS STORM CELL, IT'S STARTING TO MOVE OUT OF PICKAWAY COUNTY, WHICH IS GOOD NEWS. PICKAWAY COUNTY, I NOTICED JUST A MINUTE AGO THAT THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS FOR HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY MATTERS A LOT BECAUSE WE STILL HAVE TORNADO WARNINGS COVERING THE AREA, BUT THEY HAVE EXPIRED THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING. BUT WE'RE STILL WATCHING TORNADO WARNINGS THAT EXTEND PHYSICALLY FROM NEAR LAURELVILLE SOUTH OF LOGAN, AND THEN ALL THE WAY INTO ATHENS. >> UNTIL 2:15. >> EXACTLY WITH A TORNADO WARNING. YOU NOTICE WE'VE GOT RAIN THAT EXTENDS THUNDERSTORMS ALL THE WAY UP TOWARDS LOGAN, BUT AGAIN, THAT'S THE TORNADO WARNING WE ARE WATCHING. WE'VE STILL GOT A COUPLE OF STRONG STORMS TO THE NORTH OF THAT UP IN MUSKINGUM COUNTY, MORGAN COUNTY. I THINK WE HAVE SURE MORNINGS IN THIS AREA. AS WE MOVE UP THE MAP, PERRY COUNTY, FROM NEW LEXINGTON TOWARD CROOKSVILLE, WE'VE GOT SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS, AS WELL. ALL OF THIS EXTENDS BACK OFF TOWARD THE EAST NEAR GUERNSEY COUNTY, TOO, BUT FURTHER TO THE WEST, THINGS GET MORE QUIET. WE'VE GOT SCATTERED SHOWERS, A FEW THUNDERSTORMS INTO NORTHERN LICKING COUNTY, DELEWARE COUNTY, KNOX COUNTY, BUT NONE OF THIS IS SEVERE LIKE DOWN SOUTH, SO ONCE WE GET ALL OF THIS STUFF TO EXIT TO THE SOUTH, IT'S GOING TO BE A SIGNIFICANTLY MORE QUIET NIGHT FOR THE REST OF US. IF YOU ARE NORTH OF EUROS 22 -- >> YOUR FINE. >> SOUTH OF EUROS 22, ZANESVILLE TO COURTHOUSE, LANCASTER. >> WE'VE BEEN ON IT. OF COURSE, YOU KNOW YOUR HOME AREAS, AND CLEARLY, IT'S THE FRIEND AND THAT. IT'S NOT JUST THE FRONT-END, BUT THE TAIL AND WHEN YOU THINK THINGS SHOULD BE WINDING DOWN. THOSE ARE THE MOST POTENT. EARLIER TONIGHT, OF COURSE, WE SAW EVEN UP TO THE NORTH, SOME SUPER CELLS GOING IN THIS DIRECTION THAT CAME OUT OF UNION COUNTY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, UNION AND DELAWARE COUNTIES JUST ONE AFTER ANOTHER. THE STORMS OFF TO THE SOUTH OF US TOOK MORE OF A SOUTHEASTERLY COURSE LIKE THIS COMING OUT OF THE DAYTON AREA. WE SAW MULTIPLE TRAINS OF SUPER CELLS GOING UP FROM DAYTON DOWN THROUGH PICKAWAY COUNTY. WE HAVE CONFIRMED TORNADOES IN CASE YOU ARE TUNING IN AT LAURELVILLE, OR RATHER IN SLOW CIRCLES WILL AND LAURELVILLE, AS WELL. ALMOST CERTAINLY TORNADOES IN FAYETTE COUNTY. BASED ON VIDEO, WE HAVE CONFIRMED TORNADOES FOR ALL THIS STARTED. DAMAGING SPOTS IN THE DAYTON AREA. THAT MAY NOT BE SORTED OUT UNTIL MORNING. WE WILL BE ON AT 4:00 A.M. WITH NBC 4 TODAY. WE WILL BE GATHERING INFORMATION FROM OUR AFFILIATES WEST OF THE MIAMI VALLEY ABOUT WHAT EXACTLY TRANSPIRED, BUT THIS LAST CORRIDOR OF SEVERE WEATHER OR IS AS DAVE SAID -- I HAVE TO BACK THIS UP TO TRY TO STAY ABOVE THE BANNER. THESE WARNINGS WILL STILL GO FOR A LITTLE WHILE LONGER. I AM GOING TO SWITCH MODES TO SEE IF WE CAN PICK UP ANYTHING AGAIN. EVERY NOW AND AGAIN, WE CATCH LITTLE TINY SIGNATURES. >> IF WE COULD SHOW REAL FAST, GO BACK TO 3 FOR A SECOND. I WANT TO SHOW YOU GUYS THE STORM THREATS. LOOK AT THIS. THIS CELL SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE, THESE LIGHT PINK SHOOTINGS, THE PURPLE COLOR HERE IS HALF INCH DIAMETER HILL. THIS IS ONE INCH DIAMETER HERE, BUT THEN LOOK AT THE STRONGER SCAN RIGHT THERE. >> JUST SOUTH OF WELLSVILLE, THE FULL IS MOVING EAST SOUTHEAST AT 33 MILES-PER-HOUR, THE SHARE MARKER SHOWING 80 MILES-PER-HOUR, RIGHT NOW. AGAIN, SERVICE WINS 50 TO 70 MILE-PER-HOUR SURFACE WINDS IN THAT AREA SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE, AND THE STORM IS GETTING STRONGER. I NOTICED THE BTI NUMBER HAS GONE UP TO 4.9. AGAIN, WE'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. IT'S ABOUT A 50% CHANCE OF HAVING A TORNADO BASED ON OUR RADAR TECHNOLOGY HERE. THAT IS SHOWING IT PICKING UP SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE. EARLIER, THE CELL NORTH OF LAURELVILLE PRODUCED DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH A TORNADO. WE ARE WATCHING THE SUN MOVE SOUTH EXTENDING THAT TORNADO WARNING BASICALLY FOR THE SOUTHERN PART OF HOCKING COUNTY INTO THE HOCKING HILLS, AND DOWN INTO ATHENS AND BENTON COUNTY THROUGH 2:30 TONIGHT, SO AGAIN, THAT POSSIBLE TORNADIC CELL NEAR LAURELVILLE IS MOVING OFF TOWARDS THE EAST SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, SO A VERY DANGEROUS STORM NEAR A DELPHI THIS EVENING. THAT WILL MOVE INTO SOUTH BLOOMINGVILLE. THAT'S RIGHT NEAR THE HOCKING HILLS STATE PARK, WHICH HAS BEEN HIT ALREADY. I MENTIONED THAT EARLIER. THAT STORM CELL APPEARS TO BE GETTING STRONGER. IF YOU ARE NEAR STARR, THAT IS A VERY DANGEROUS SELL. >> THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS SAYING THEY HAVE KEYED IN ON THE STORM SOUTHEAST OF KINGSTON. AS YOU SAID RIGHT HERE, THAT'S WHY THE TORNADO WARNING WILL CONTINUE FOR ROCKAWAY, AND LICKING COUNTY. THAT'S ONE OF TWO TORNADO WARNINGS. THAT'S NOT THE ONLY ONE. WE HAVE ALL OF THIS GOING ON THROUGH EASTERN HOCKING COUNTY AND DOWN THROUGH ATHENS COUNTY UNTIL 2:30. THE SIGNATURES ARE NOT AS STRONG. IT SEEMS LIKE THE BACK EDGE IS CATCHING THE MOST POTENT PORTION OF THE STORM. HAIL ABOUT A HALF INCH IN DIAMETER TO THE NORTHWEST OF NELSONVILLE. THE HAIL HAS NOT BEEN ALL THAT IMPRESSIVE, SURPRISINGLY, BUT IT HAS BEEN SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE HEADED INTO MacARTHUR AND VINTON COUNTY AT 2:33. WINDSHEAR, ROTATIONAL SHEER AT ABOUT 80 MILES-PER-HOUR. THAT'S QUITE STRONG, ABOVE THE GROUND. HAIL 1 1/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER. ALL THESE PARAMETERS HAVE BEEN VERY CONCERNING. LET ME BACK THIS UP AND GIVE   YOU THE TRADITIONAL VIEW AGAIN SHOWING THE CELL MIDWAY BETWEEN LAURELVILLE AND MacARTHUR. IN TERMS OF ORIENTATION, YOUR HEADING INTO VINTON COUNTY NOW. AGAIN, THAT A SUPER CELL NUMBER ONE. THIS ONE LOOKS A LITTLE BIT WEAKER, AS IT HEADS INTO ATHENS. I THINK THAT'S THE CASE BECAUSE IT KIND OF STRETCHED OUT HERE. SEE HOW COMPACT THIS ONE IS? >> A NEW TORNADO WARNING ISSUED FOR ATHENS, JACKSON, VINTON COUNTY, MEIGS COUNTY. >> THEY'RE GOING TO FOLLOW THIS STORM TO THE OHIO RIVER. >> SEE IT EXTENDED TOWARD VINTON COUNTY? >> YEAH. I THINK -- WE ARE OBVIOUSLY NOW IN CHARLESTON'S RANGE, BUT THEY HAVE TAKEN THIS STORM AND FIGURED IT'S NOT GOING TO STOP. EITHER STORM ROTATING COMPLETELY UNTIL IT CROSSES INTO WEST VIRGINIA. CONSIDER, AS DAVE SAID, 2:45 FOR THIS PORTION OF THE WARNING. 2:30 FOR NORTHERN ATHENS COUNTY. 2:45 FOR SOUTHWESTERN ATHENS COUNTY, INCLUDING THE CITY OF ATHENS. 2:15 ON THE TORNADO WARNING NORTH AND WEST OF NELSONVILLE   INTO HOCKING COUNTY. LAURELVILLE IS 2:15 MENTAL EXPIRATION TIME. VINTON COUNTY 2:45 INTO JACKSON COUNTY, SO WE JUST FIGURED THE STORMS ARE MOVING EAST AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, AND WHEN THEY FINALLY CLEAR, THE CLEAR BUT WE FINALLY HAVE ISSUES FOR STARR AND FENTON AT LEAST PAST 2:30 NOT FOR THE LEADING EDGE, BUT THE DANGEROUS PART OF THAT STORM, AND OF COURSE YOU CAN SEE THE STORM CONTINUES TO WORK ITS WAY DOWN 33 BETWEEN NELSONVILLE AND ATHENS. LET'S SEE IF ANYTHING SHOWS UP ON WIND. LET'S TRY ANOTHER VANTAGE POINT. NOTHING SPECTACULAR THERE, BUT IF ANYTHING IT'S THE LAURELVILLE PORTION OF THE STORM. IF YOU'RE WONDERING, IT'S RIGHT THERE. YOU SEE RED AND GREEN COMING TOGETHER. IT'S MORE DIFFUSE IN ATHENS COUNTY INDICATING WINDS GOING AWAY. THIS STORM APPEARS TO BE WEAKER THAN THE STORM COMING TO NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL VINTON COUNTY. THERE ARE THE POTENT STORMS BETWEEN LOGAN AND ATHENS. A TRIP DOWN 33 IS NOT ADVISED IF YOU ARE GETTING OFF WORK. YOU'VE GOT TO LET THESE STORMS GO THROUGH. EVEN IF THE ROTATION WEAKENS, IT CAN PUT OUT TORRENTIAL RAINS, HIGH WINDS AND CAUSE DAMAGE. THE TORNADO WARNING FOR HOCKING COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY UNTIL 2:15. WE ARE GOING TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS. IT'S 2:05 RIGHT NOW. THAT WOULD BE THE BACK AND/OR THE CABOOSE, IF YOU WANT TO CALL IT, OF THIS CELL, BUT IT HAS STILL BEEN A LONG NIGHT OF   POTENT STORMS WITH DEEP ROTATION, NUMEROUS TORNADO TOUCHDOWNS STARTING IN INDIANA. I COUNTED AT LEAST 15 WHEN DAVID AND I STARTED ON THE AIR. THOSE STORMS WERE JUST CROSSING INTERSTATE 75 AROUND 10:00. IT'S BEEN DOMINOES, STORM AFTER STORM. >> I BROUGHT UP ANOTHER MAP BEHIND YOU OF THE SHEER PATH. WE CAN RING IT UP OVER HERE IN THE BACKGROUND. THIS IS SOMETHING WE LOOK AT TO SEE WHERE THE SHARE IS MORE LIKELY TO SEE A TORNADO OR IF IT'S LESS LIKELY. TYPICALLY IN THE STRONG TO EXTREME RIGHT. WE ARE SEEING THE ROTATION SO THE RED TO YELLOW COLOR HERE. THAT THE TRACK OF THE ONE CELL. A COUPLE OF SPOTS HERE OFF TOWARDS THE WEST OF JEFFERSONVILLE. WE HAD A COUPLE OF YELLOW SPOTS. THAT'S WHERE WE HAD TORNADOES POSSIBLY ON THE GROUND ALONG 35. THAT TRACK CONTINUED TOWARD CIRCLEVILLE. THAT'S WHERE WE HAD REPORTS OF TRUCKS OVERTURNED AT THE PILOT GAS STATION OR THE TRUCKSTOP SOUTH OF LOGAN HOME VILLAGE. THAT CONTINUED IN THE HOCKING HILLS. THAT SELL WEAKENED A LITTLE BIT, AND WE ARE NOT SEEING THE SAME SHEER WE HAD EARLIER, BUT TO THE SOUTH, THAT'S ALL THAT POPPED UP NEAR KINGSTON, KIND OF STARTED TO GROW A LITTLE BIT MORE TOWARDS KINGSTON, THAT HAS GOTTEN STRONGER AS IT'S MOVED INTO THE HOCKING HILLS AND THE SOUTHERN PART, WHERE WE ARE NOTICING MORE SHEER POTENTIAL ACROSS THE CELL, SO THAT REALLY   LOOKS LIKE THE NEXT SO WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO WATCH. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OUT OF CHARLESTON AND WEST VIRGINIA ARE WATCHING THAT CAREFULLY MOVING INTO BENTON COUNTY. IT'S MOVING DOWN TOWARDS MacARTHUR, EVENTUALLY TOWARDS ALBANY, ATHENS. IF YOU ARE IN THOSE AREAS, YOU NEED TO GET TO THAT LOWEST PART OF YOUR HOME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. IF YOU ARE ON CAMPUS, GET TO A SAFE SPOT AWAY FROM DOORS AND WINDOWS. WE SAW VIDEO EARLIER OFF TOWARDS THE WEST OF SOME OF THE DAMAGE THAT THESE STORMS HAVE CAUSED, AND ALSO EARLIER, WE HAD HAIL GETTING BLOWN IN, BUT ANY OF THAT IS GOING TO CAUSE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE, AND IT'S VERY DANGEROUS, ESPECIALLY OUT TOWARDS THE WEST OR NORTHWEST PART. THAT'S WHERE THE STORM IS COMING IN FROM. IT TO THE BASEMENT WHERE THE INNERMOST ROOM OF THE HOUSE. THIS IS GOING THROUGH SOUTHERN HOCKING COUNTY INTO BENTON COUNTY, JUST NORTH OF MacARTHUR. WE ALSO HAVE ADDITIONAL THUNDERSTORMS MOVING FROM NELSONVILLE OVER TOWARDS ATHENS. IT'S DIFFICULT TO TELL BECAUSE WE ARE GETTING FURTHER AWAY FROM THE RADAR SITES. WE ARE BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT. >> AND IN THE HILLS OF THE APPALACHIANS. THE PORTION OF THE TORNADO WARNING FOR HOCKING COUNTY, ROSS COUNTY, ESSENTIALLY THE NORTHWEST, THAT WILL EXPIRE AT 2:15. HOCKING COUNTY, ROSS COUNTY AND PICKAWAY COUNTY. >> THAT'S THIS PORTION BY LAURELVILLE. THAT PORTION IS GOING TO EXPIRE IN SEVEN MINUTES. THAT SHOULD BE EXPIRED. THAT IS GOOD NEWS. THEY ARE ON THE BACK END. THEY'VE HAD A REALLY, REALLY ROCKY NIGHT TONIGHT IN THAT AREA WITH MULTIPLE STORMS POSSIBLY PRODUCING TORNADOES OR ROTATION IN THAT AREA. THAT'S GOOD NEWS THAT THEY ARE GOING TO START TO GET IN THE CLEAR, BUT THE CELL MOVING OUT   OF THAT AREA INTO VINTON COUNTY IS A PRETTY STRONG CELL MOVING INTO VINTON COUNTY THIS EVENING. WHAT ARE THE BTI NUMBERS? >> THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO SEE WHAT WE CAN ASCERTAIN HERE. FIRST OF ALL, LET ME SEE IF WE CAN FIND -- WE HAVE TO LOOK AT CHARLESTON NUMBER ONE BECAUSE   WE ARE STARTING TO GET FURTHER AWAY. >> IT'S BASICALLY NORTH OF THE STATE FOREST UP IN THAT AREA LIKE ON 327. >> I'M GOING TO SWITCH GEARS TO DO IT THIS WAY. >> LOOK AT THE RED ON THE BACK OF THAT AGAIN. >> THIS IS WHAT DAVE WAS REFERRING TO WHEN HE SAID BTI, WHICH IS 5.0, HIGHER THAN IT'S BEEN ALL NIGHT, WHICH IS A STRONG INDICATION OF ROTATION. A COUPLE OF THINGS ARE GOING TO HAPPEN, DAVID. THERE IS A LOT OF RAIN HERE. >> YES. >> THAT STORM CELL IS NOT GOING TO SURVIVE GOING THROUGH HERE VERY WELL. THERE IS A BIT OF A GAP, I SUPPOSE IN SOUTHERN PORTIONS OR WESTERN PORTIONS OF ATHENS COUNTY, BUT THAT MAY FORCE THE MORE SEVERE PORTION OF THIS STORM, WHICH HAS TORNADO POTENTIAL, A LITTLE BIT FARTHER TO THE SOUTHEAST, IN OTHER WORDS A LITTLE BIT BELOW THE RAIN. IT JUST DID THAT IN ITS LAST MOTION. IT'S NOT PROBABLY GOING TO RUN RIGHT THROUGH THIS RAINY CORRIDOR BECAUSE IT IS BEING FED BY -- THERE IS URINE FLOW RIGHT THERE -- IT'S BEING FED BY MORE MOIST AIR COMING THIS WAY, SO MOST LIKELY, IT IS WORTH A CHECK. LET ME STAY WITH CHARLESTON. LET'S GO TO VELOCITY MODE. >> YOU CAN STILL SEE A LITTLE BIT OF THAT ROTATION. >> IT'S AMAZING HOW PERSISTENT IT IS. I DON'T WANT TO LET OUR GUARD DOWN BECAUSE YOU CAN'T SEE EVERYTHING. IF YOU'RE UNDER A TORNADO WARNING, WE DON'T KNOW PRECISELY. WE JUST KNOW THAT THE STRONGER ROTATION IS WITH THE TRAILING STORM BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE ALL THE RAIN FANNING OUT AS WE DO ACROSS ATHENS COUNTY DOWN 33, SO THE WORST OF THIS STORM DEFINITELY SHOWS UP THERE. IT'S DEFINITELY MOVING INTO VINTON COUNTY, SO IT'S RIGHT ON THE COUNTY LINE THERE, AND SO THAT IS WHERE THIS GOES NEXT OUT OF HOCKING COUNTY INTO VINTON COUNTY. IT IS NOT APT TO PUSH INTO THE BACK OF THE ATHENS COUNTY STORM, BUT THEY ARE TORNADO WARNING STORMS. THIS IS THE HAIL CORE. LET ME SEE IF I CAN GIVE YOU A COUPLE OF OTHER THINGS THAT ARE HELPFUL. THE PATH OF THE HILL HAS BEEN INTERMITTENT. THERE IS THE HAIL CORE RIGHT THERE. THE WIND SHEAR RATE, SHOWING WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE CALM RIGHT ON THE COUNTY LINE. >> THAT'S GOING TO BE DIFFICULT TO PICK UP ON THE CHARLESTON ONE. >> BUT AT BEST, WE CONTINUE TO GET A PRETTY GOOD INDICATION. I WONDER IF I CAN ASK A QUESTION OF RADAR HERE. LANDS ABOUT 58 MILES-PER-HOUR. OF COURSE, YOU'VE GOT TO CONSTANTLY CLEAR THIS TO SEE UNDERNEATH. HALF INCH HAIL. I STILL THINK THE WINDS ARE PROBABLY STRONGER IN THE RED CORE RIGHT HERE, BUT I THINK IT'S RIGHT ON WHERE THE TRACKER POPS UP. THIS IS ALL VINTON COUNTY IN ABOUT 20 MINUTES ON THE CORE PORTION OF THIS STORM. LET ME CLEAR THAT OFF THE SCREEN, BUT OBVIOUSLY, WE ARE NOT SEEING THAT KIND OF COLOR IN ATHENS COUNTY. THERE IS A LITTLE BIT OF PURPLE HERE, BUT WE DON'T WANT TO LOSE SIGHT OF OUR FOLKS IN MORGAN COUNTY. SOME STRONG WINDS IN NORTHEASTERN MORGAN COUNTY. >> THEY ARE STILL UNDER A SURE MORNING UNTIL 2:30 TONIGHT, ALSO. >> I AM USING CHARLESTON FOR GUIDANCE HERE TO SEE -- TO GET A LITTLE BETTER RADAR VIEW THROUGH THE HILLS HEADING INTO NOBLE COUNTY, STOCKPORT, SOUTHERN MORGAN COUNTY. THE CELL DEFINITELY DOWN 33 IS SPREAD OUT, SO IT CONSTITUTED MORE OF A DISCRETE CELL. IT'S DEFINITELY BEGINNING TO DRIFT SOUTH INTO VINTON COUNTY AT ABOUT 35 MILES-PER-HOUR, SO AT LEAST THIS PORTION OF THE STORM, YOU KNOW, THAT PART HAS EXPIRED BY LAURELVILLE, AND I THINK HERE SHORTLY, FOR THE MOST PART, HOCKING COUNTY IS GOING TO BE BEHIND THE STORM, BUT NOT IF YOU LIVE ALONG THE BORDER. THE COUNTY LINE OR WITHIN ABOUT   10 MILES. WE PROBABLY WANT TO ZOOM IN AND GET A BETTER LOOK AT WHERE WE ARE. AGAIN, THIS IS PRETTY RURAL. THE STORM IS HEADED TOWARD VINTON AND LASKY, BUT WE'RE GOING TO GET INTO TOWNSHIP ROAD HERE. COUNTY ROAD 184 JUST BELOW STATE ROUTE 56. IF THERE IS HAIL, IT'S RIGHT HERE NEAR SEVERELY. COUNTY HIGHWAY 33 AND 63. JUST NORTH OF STELLA. WE ARE GETTING INTO BENTON COUNTY, HOCKING COUNTY. JUST SOUTH OF SOUTH BLOOMINGVILLE TO THE WEST OF MT. PLEASANT IS THE CORE OF THIS STORM. IT STILL PROBABLY HAS SOME VERY SUBTLE ROTATION IN IT, AND AGAIN I WILL HAVE TO BACK THIS UP FOR A BETTER VIEW. IT'S PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA THAT WE SHOW EVERYBODY ALL IS FINE TO THE NORTH AND WEST. TAKE SEVERAL MINUTES FOR RADAR TO SCROLL BACK, SO BEAR WITH ME, BUT WE'RE JUST DEALING WITH SHOWERS IN NEWARK, MARYSVILLE. THERE IS NO THREAT FOR COLUMBUS. CIRCLEVILLE, LIKE CUSTER, ZANESVILLE, ALL DONE IN THE SOUTHEAST NOW. IT CAME IN FROM THE WEST. WE HAD A ROUGH GO BETWEEN 11:00 AND MIDNIGHT. OFF BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 1:00, TORNADOES ON THE GROUND UNDOUBTABLY IN FAYETTE COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY AND ROSS COUNTY. WE WILL KNOW MORE TOMORROW MORNING, BUT UPON CONNELSVILLE. >>.THUNDERSTORM WARNING UNTIL 2:30 TONIGHT. >> AND WE STILL HAVE OUR TORNADO POLYGONS UP INTO VINTON COUNTY. AGAIN, I THINK HOCKING COUNTY IS JUST ABOUT OUT OF THE WOODS. >> ONCE WE GET TO 2:15 WE SHOULD START TO SEE SOME OF THESE GOING AWAY LIKE IN LAURELVILLE, LIKE YOU WERE MENTIONING, AND I THINK FROM NELSONVILLE TOWARD THE PLAINS AND ATHENS, GUSTY WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS, BUT I WONDER, THE BIGGEST CONCERN WILL BE THIS SOMEWHAT OF MacARTHUR. IF THAT CONTINUES EAST SOUTHEAST TOWARDS ALBANY AND ATHENS THIS EVENING, THAT'S GOING TO BE THE AREA. ALSO, FLOOD ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT AS WELL. I KNOW THAT'S NOT AS SEVERE THINKING BUT FLOODING KILLS LOTS OF FOLKS EVERY YEAR, AND THAT'S ALWAYS A MAJOR, BIG CONCERN.   >> YOU MAY HAVE SEEN THIS. UNION ROAD IN LAURELVILLE, LOOKS LIKE TOOK A HIT. WE THINK THAT IS WHERE ONE OF THE MANY TORNADO TOUCHDOWNS WERE. THERE IS SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE, PROBABLY FROM THIS CELL BUT IT'S HARD TO TELL. >> 119. THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE MORE NORTHERN. THAT WAS THE ONE NEAR LAURELVILLE HAD A POTENTIAL TORNADO. >> YOU'RE RIGHT BECAUSE THE SOUTHERN SOUL WENT SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE, SO THIS GUY HERE, THAT STORM CAUSED -- AND AGAIN, WE PROBABLY CAN'T POSSIBLY KNOW THE EXTENT OF THE DAMAGE AROUND UNION ROAD, AND AS I MENTIONED EARLIER, WE HAVE SEMI TRUCKS BLOWN OVER. HEREBY LOVE'S SOUTH OF CIRCLEVILLE, AND A TOUCHDOWN BASED ON VIDEO HERE, SO THESE TWO CELLS, ESPECIALLY THIS ONE, PRODUCING NUMEROUS -- WHETHER IT'S BRIEF TOUCHDOWNS. WE HOPE ONLY SPOTTY DAMAGE, BUT WE DON'T KNOW YET. IT'S BEEN A VERY LONG NIGHT. WE DON'T KNOW IF THERE'S ANY STORM DAMAGE IN FRANKLIN, DELAWARE, LICKING COUNTIES WHEN WE HAD TORNADO WARNINGS AND ROTATION, BUT THE SIGNATURES WERE NOT AS STRONG. THAT'S GOING TO TAKE A LITTLE TIME. >> THE RAINFALL WAS INTENSE. THAT'S WHY WE HAVE FLOOD ADVISORIES. THAT'S UNTIL ABOUT DAYBREAK. ABOUT 5:45 IN THE MORNING, SO AGAIN IF YOU ARE AN EARLY RISER, YOU'RE NOT GETTING SLEEP TONIGHT BECAUSE YOU ARE STILL WITH US TONIGHT BUT THE ROADWAYS, ESPECIALLY THE RURAL ROADWAYS COULD HAVE FLOODING OVER THEM FOR A COUPLE OF INCHES OF RAINFALL. >> WE HEARD IT POUNDING ON OUR ROOFTOP DURING THE 11:00 SHOW RIGHT AFTER THE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF GAME ENDED, AND IT WAS POURING. I'M GUESSING AN INCH OR TWO OF RAIN FELL IN SOME OF THE CORES. NORMALLY, WE WORRY ABOUT THAT, BUT I THINK WE'VE BEEN CONCERNED ABOUT SO MANY STORMS ROTATING, WE FOCUSED ALMOST ENTIRELY ON THE DAMAGING WIND AND TORNADO THREAT, WHICH BY THE WAY CONTINUES IN VINTON COUNTY. IT LOOKS LIKE HOCKING COUNTY IS BEING CLEARED OFF THE TORNADO WARNING ALTOGETHER, AND THAT MAKES SENSE BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT WE SUSPECTED. IT'S PRETTY MUCH ATHENS COUNTY AND VINTON COUNTY. IF YOU ARE WONDERING ABOUT THE   YELLOW FLASHING POLYGON IN MORGAN COUNTY, ATHENS COUNTY, I MEAN STILL EVEN THOUGH RADAR LOOKS BETTER IN ATHENS COUNTY, ■ THE OTHER THING GOT TO CONSIDER IS THIS STORM CELL IS GOING TO MOVE INTO SOUTHWESTERN ATHENS COUNTY BY ALBANY, SO WHILE IT MAY NOT LOOK SO BAD HERE, BASED ON RADAR, THIS CELL HAS, HAS A SHOT AT CONTINUING TO SPIN THROUGH THIS PORTION OF SOUTHWESTERN ATHENS COUNTY, SO COMING OUT OF NORTHEASTERN VINTON COUNTY, THERE IS STILL A THREAT FOR SOUTHWESTERN ATHENS COUNTY AND YOU KNOW ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE YOU, SO STILL THESE WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR A LITTLE WHILE LONGER. THEY RUN UNTIL AT LEAST 2:30, 2:45 ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF ATHENS. THE CITY OF ATHENS IS IN THE TORNADO WARNING UNTIL 2:45, ESPECIALLY AROUND STATE ROUTE 50. I KNOW THAT AREA VERY WELL, AND A LITTLE BIT TO THE SOUTH. THE TORNADO WARNING TO THE NORTH ABOUT 2:30, SO NOT MUCH DIFFERENCE IN TIME, BUT AS WE CONTINUE TO SIZE THESE THINGS UP, AS THEY COME AND GO, AND GET STRONGER, WEAKER, DEVELOPING STRONGER ROTATIONS, WEAKER ROTATIONS. THERE IS NO CONTEST BETWEEN CELLS. THIS ONE HAS GOT THE ENERGY, AND THE THREAT OF ROTATION. I GUESS WE SHOULD CONFIRM THAT WITH A LOOK AT VELOCITY MODE, AND HERE AGAIN, WHAT WE HAVE ASCERTAINED IS TURNING OUT TO BE THE CASE. THERE IS SOME WEEK ROTATION AT LEAST. THIS IS JUST SOUTH OF HOCKING COUNTY INTO VINTON COUNTY. WE HAVE NOT SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THAT ANYWHERE IN ATHENS COUNTY. >> THAT IS THE SO WE HAVE TO WATCH FOR. >> DOPPLER RADAR HAS ALLOWED US TO DO THIS. OUR TECHNOLOGY, WHICH WE WATCHED IMPROVE OVER THE YEARS, AND EVEN THE LAST FEW YEARS, HAS REALLY HELPED US. WE HAVE BIG STORMS, WHICH WE COULD YOU HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT. A REPORT OF THE STORM IS IMPORTANT BUT EVERY TIME WE HAVE SEEN THEN, WE FIND OUT AFTER THE FACT THAT'S WHERE THE DAMAGE, IF THERE HAS BEEN DAMAGE, HAS OCCURRED. THAT'S THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL THESE DIFFERENT MARKERS. THIS IS OVERHEAD. THAT DOESN'T MEAN IT'S ON THE GROUND BUT WHEN THE MARKERS ARE STRONG, DAVE CONTINUES TO REFERENCE THE BTI. WHEN IT GETS UP AROUND NEAR BETWEEN FOUR AND FIVE, THAT'S WHERE WE'VE GOTTEN REPORTS OF STORM DAMAGE. QUITE POSSIBLY, TORNADIC DAMAGE. FOR THAT, I AM GOING TO MOVE -- >> ONE OF THE THINGS I WANTED TO NOTE REAL FAST, IF WE CAN ZOOM OUT, IF WE CAN GO BACK AND SHOW A RAINFALL RATES, YOU MAY HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE MENU ITSELF TO GET IT UP, BUT IT MIGHT BE UNDER THE HYDRO THERE FOR RAINFALL RATES. THAT WOULD BE PERFECT. ZOOM IT BACK OUT FOR A SECOND. >> HOW ABOUT THAT? 3.5 INCHES.   >> THAT'S THE POINT. IF WE COULD SWITCH THIS OVER, I THINK WE HAVE THE OTHER RAINFALL. >> THERE IS IHLEN, WHICH IS WILMINGTON, BUT IF I HAVE TO GO OVER -- THIS IS THE RAIN RATE. THE THREE-HOUR ACCUMULATION. BOY. >> LOOK AT THESE PATHS RIGHT HERE. YOU ARE LOOKING AT ONE TO THREE INCHES OF RAIN POSSIBLE IN THOSE AREAS. WE HAVE SEVERAL COUNTIES RIGHT NOW UNDER FLOOD ADVISORIES. DELAWARE, FRANKLIN, LICKING COUNTY, MADISON COUNTY, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY, ROSS COUNTY, REPORTS AND FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEAR STOUTSVILLE OF CREEKS STARTING TO FLOOD OVER THE ROADWAYS IN THAT AREA BECAUSE OF ALL OF   THIS HEAVY RAINFALL. I MENTIONED EARLIER, I'VE GOT A WEATHER STATION IN DELAWARE COUNTY, AND I PICKED UP 2.75 INCHES OF RAIN THIS EVENING. 2.75 INCHES OF RAIN IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME. >> THIS IS IN THE PAST THREE HOURS. >> AND IF THERE IS HAIL. >> AND THIS HAIL. I'M CLICKING AROUND THESE AREAS YOU HAVE MENTIONED, AND YOU CAN SEE AT A MINIMUM, WE HAVE HAD 2   1/2 INCHES OF RAIN, SO -- >> THAT'S THE NEXT CONCERN GOING FORWARD. THAT'S GOING TO BE SORT OF FUNNELING ITS WAY DOWN INTO THOSE LOW-LYING SPOTS AND FILLED THEM UP OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. IT'S THE MORNING TOMORROW ALONG WITH DAMAGE THAT HAS BEEN CAUSED. EVEN IF IT'S JUST MINOR DAMAGE, TREE AND LIMB DAMAGE COST OF THAT GETS BLOWN INTO THE STORM DRAINS, CLOCKS HIM UP AS THEY ARE TRYING TO DRAIN THAT WATERWAY. THAT'S AN ADDITIONAL CONCERN TOMORROW MORNING. WANTS THIS LAST COUPLE OF COUNTIES ARE OUT OF THE TORNADO WARNING, THE NEXT CONCERN IS GOING TO BE ALL OF THE RUNOFF FROM THE RAIN WE HAD THIS EVENING POTENTIALLY CAUSING FLOODING CONCERNS AS WE HEAD INTO THE DAY TOMORROW, AT LEAST IN THE MORNING HOURS, FOR SURE. WATCHING OUT FOR RIVERS AND CREEKS. >> I AM WORRIED ABOUT FOLKS TAKING RURAL ROADS. WE HAVE HAD TWO TO THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN THE LAST SEVERAL HOURS, MAYBE MORE ON SATURATED SOILS. JUST GETTING BACK TO FULL CIRCLE HERE, TORNADO WARNING CONTINUES UNTIL TWO DARK 45 FOUR ESSENTIALLY THE AREA I HAVE CIRCLED. HOCKING COUNTY, VINTON COUNTY, ROSS COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY ALL DONE. EVERYBODY TO THE NORTH, WE ARE NOT LOOKING UP THERE BECAUSE THERE IS NOTHING MORE HAPPENING OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. STILL A STRONG STORM, SURE MORNING FOR MORGAN COUNTY, STILL SOME HEAVY RAIN HERE, SO THAT GETS TO WHAT DAVE WAS TALKING ABOUT WITH PERSISTENT HEAVY RAIN, PONDING AND FLOODING OF CREEKS AND STREAMS FOR PERSISTENT AREAS, BUT SOME OF THESE, OF COURSE, HAVE JUST BEEN VERY PROLIFIC IN TERMS OF RAIN PRODUCERS. 20 MINUTES ALBANY, NOW TO ATHENS COUNTY, ABOUT 28 MINUTES ON THAT PARTICULAR STORM. BTI, 2.8. THAT'S HALF OF WHAT SOME OF THE OTHER STORMS HAVE SHOWN. THAT'S INDICATING THE TORNADO THREAT IS CUT IN HALF, BUT IT DOESN'T MEAN IT ISN'T ZERO. THAT MEANS WE STILL HAVE A THREAT HERE ALTHOUGH THERE IS NOTHING OUTSTANDING IN THAT PARTICULAR SCAM COMPARED TO WHAT WE HAD DEALT WITH BEFORE. WE CAN GO BACK AND LOOK AT VELOCITY. INCREDIBLE BUT IT STILL SHOWS A LITTLE BIT OF SUGGESTION OF ROTATION IN VINTON COUNTY. WE FOLLOW THIS STORM WITH ROTATION. THIS ONE CAME SOUTH OF LAURELVILLE, THE ATHENS STORM RIGHT THROUGH LAURELVILLE. TAKING SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT PATHWAYS. EAST SOUTHEAST, AND SOUTHEAST. IT'S ACTUALLY THE LORD LEADS STORM THAT CAUSED THE DAMAGE ON LINCOLN ROAD AND LAUREL ROAD, AND PROBABLY MANY OTHER LOCATIONS. THAT STORM IS NOT AS STRONG AS IT IS THROUGH ATHENS COUNTY. THIS IS NOT A PROBLEM FOR BENT COUNTY BUT IT'S A PROBLEM BECAUSE IT'S GOING TO WIND UP IN ATHENS COUNTY, IN THE CORNER RIGHT HERE, SO THAT STORM IS STILL ROTATING. A ROTATING UPDRAFT, STILL CAPABLE. THE HAIL HAS BEEN UNIMPRESSIVE, WHICH IS GOOD, I SUPPOSE, BUT THE UPDRAFTS SUSTAINED BY SOME PRETTY STRONG WINDS THAT HAVE BEEN CHANGING DIRECTION WITH HEIGHT. ELSINORE, ATHENS, AND BY THAT I MEAN THIS HAPPENS WHEN WINDS CHANGE DIRECTIONS. IT'S LIKE TURNING YOUR STEERING WHEEL, SO WE THINK THE CORE OF THE ROTATION WITH THE STORM IS IN BENTON COUNTY NOW, BUT IT CAN WORK ITS WAY INTO SOUTHWEST ATHENS COUNTY./WARRANTS AND CLARK. >> IF WE SWITCH OVER, I WILL SHOW THAT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, TODD. YOU CAN SEE RIGHT HERE, THIS IS 12 HOUR RAINFALL ESTIMATES ON RADAR HERE, AND YOU CAN SEE MUCH OF OUR AREA RUNNING BETWEEN ONE TO THREE, TWO TO THREE INCHES OF RAIN, IN SOME OF THESE CORRIDORS WHERE WE HAVE HAD HEAVIER RAIN PANTS MOVE THROUGH. YOU CAN SEE ANOTHER THROUGH FRANKLIN COUNTY, NEW ALBANY, OVER TOWARDS LICKING COUNTY COMP PATASKALA. THAT COULD BE A TWO TO 3-INCH RAINFALL BAND RATE IN THERE. I ACTUALLY PICKED UP 2.75 INCHES AT MY HOUSE, SO ALREADY THERE IS CONFIRMATION OF THAT. WE ARE GOING TO WATCH AS THAT CELL MOVING THROUGH VINTON COUNTY OVER ATHENS COUNTY, OVER ALBANY, THAT'S WHERE THE AIRPORT IS AT. WE HAVE A WEATHER STATION RIGHT THERE. WE WILL GET A GOOD SAMPLING OF THE WIND SPEED AS IT CROSSES OVER, BUT THAT'S GOING TO BE OUR LAST BIG, DANGEROUS SO WE'RE WATCHING FOR THE NIGHT AND THEN THE FLOODING CONCERN WILL BE NEXT. BASICALLY, EVERYTHING YOU CAN SEE IN THIS MAP RIGHT HERE, THIS BIG SQUARE, IS UNDER SOME SORT OF FLOOD ADVISORIES, FLOOD WARNING, FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR THAT AREA. BASICALLY, THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN PART OF OHIO WRITE DOWN 23. THE 23 CORRIDOR. ALL UNDER FLOOD ADVISORIES AND WARNINGS FROM ALL THE RAINFALL WE HAD THROUGH THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS LAST NIGHT. AGAIN, WE HAVE A COUPLE OF -- WE CAN SWITCH BACK OVER RIGHT NOW BECAUSE WE WILL GET ALL THE FLOOD STUFF ON THERE. WE STILL GOT TORNADO WARNINGS EXTENDING FOR MOST OF ATHENS COUNTY. THIS ONE EXPIRES IN ABOUT THREE MINUTES. THIS NORTHERN FLANK FROM NELSONVILLE BASICALLY NORTH OF 33 TO ATHENS. BUT THEN THIS OTHER CELL IS THE SOUTHERN PART. THAT'S GOING TOWARD ALBANY, AND I THINK THIS APPEARS, IF IT STAYS ON THAT TRACK, TO MISS ATHENS BUT GO DOWN TOWARD ALBANY CROSSING 50 WITH STRONG, GUSTY WINDS. CAN WE PICK UP THE VELOCITY ON THAT? >> LET'S SEE WHAT WE HAVE. I GUESS WE ARE ON OUR 5 MODE, SO LET ME TAKE JUST A SECOND TO MAKE A COUPLE OF SWITCHES. THERE IS THE VELOCITY MODE, FIRST OF ALL, BUT I DO -- AS DAVE ASKED ABOUT, THIS MODE GIVES US THIS WAVE INTERROGATING THE STORM. IT'S STILL A LOWER AT SIGNIFICANT RISK FOR ROTATION. ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL POSSIBLE, ESPECIALLY WITH THIS STORM. WE SEE A MORE LAVENDER CORE RIGHT THERE. VERY IMPRESSIVE. THIS IS GOING TO PASS TO THE SOUTHWEST OF THE CITY OF ATHENS THROUGH ALBANY, KNOX COUNTY, VINTON COUNTY, ATHENS COUNTY. THAT IS THE STRONGEST OF THE TWO. AGAIN, THE PARENT STORM OR THE ONE OUT FRONT IN ATHENS COUNTY IS MUCH WEAKER. THE TRAILING STORM CONTINUES TO BE A PROBLEM FOR THE NEXT ROUGHLY 15 MINUTES, AT LEAST. WE WILL SEE IF THE TORNADO WARNING WILL CONTINUE AFTER 2:45. BUT OBVIOUSLY, CHARLESTON, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS PICKED UP THE BALL HEAR FROM WILMINGTON AS THE STORM HAS CROSSED OVER, THROUGH AND EAST, SOUTHEAST OF THE HOCKING HILLS. BUT AGAIN, WE WILL LEAVE THIS UP FOR A MOMENT SO YOU GET A PRETTY GOOD IDEA OF THE TRACK. THERE IS YOUR TORNADO WARNING UNTIL TWO DARK 45. SOME OF THE INDICATORS DAVE AND I HAVE BEEN USING ALL NIGHT INDICATE ABOUT THE 58 MILE-PER- HOUR WIND SHEAR. AGAIN, THAT DOESN'T MEAN SURFACE WINDS ARE THAT STRONG. BUT THAT IS POWERFUL. WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT THIS A LONG TIME. HILL SIZE DOWN TO A HALF INCH. 2.8. A LOWER AND THREAT OF A TORNADO, MORE LIKELY JUST INDICATION THE ROTATION CONTINUES AS THE STORM PUSHES THROUGH SOUTHEASTERN BENTON COUNTY. I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S GOING TO REMAIN AS STRONG IN SOUTHWESTERN ATHENS COUNTY. THAT REMAINS TO BE SEEN BUT THIS IS THE BACK EDGE. IF THERE IS ANY DOUBT ABOUT THAT, WE ARE NEAR THE END OF AN UNFORTUNATELY VERY ROUGH NIGHT. THERE IS GOING TO BE A LOT OF DAMAGE BY LIGHT OF DAY. SEVERE DAMAGE IN THE DAYTON AREA, AND I AM SURE DAMAGE THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY, PICKAWAY COUNTY, AND MAYBE HOCKING COUNTIES. WE DON'T KNOW IF ANY TOUCHDOWNS OCCURRED THERE, AND THEN UPSTREAM AROUND LAURELVILLE. OF COURSE, LAURELVILLE, WE MENTIONED WITH THE FIRST STORM, THIS ONE, UNION ROAD. WE KNOW THERE IS TORNADO DAMAGE HERE.   NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CONFIRMED A TORNADO ON THE GROUND, RADAR BASED, BUT ANYWHERE ALONG THIS -- LET ME BACK THIS UP. WE'VE HAD REPORTS OF TORNADOES   ON THE GROUND WHETHER IT'S VIDEO CONFIRMATION OR BY OTHER MEANS, A COUPLE OF CORRIDORS, NOT LIKE SO. WE ARE JUST GOING TO HAVE TO SEE -- WE WILL HAVE REPORTERS ON THE GROUND CHECKING OUT THE DAMAGE. IT COULD ALSO BE STRAIGHT-LINE WIND DAMAGE. THAT'S WHAT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL DO TOMORROW OR LATER TODAY, SEND OUT SURVEY TEAMS AND SEE EXACTLY WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE AT GROUND LEVEL. ZALESKI IN ABOUT SIX MINUTES, ATHENS 30 MINUTES. >> NOTICE THAT NORTHERN TORNADO WARNING NOW FOR CHANCE HE HAS BEEN CANCELED. >> IT'S GONE, YES. WE KEPT SAYING THE BULK OF THE ATHENS COUNTY WARNING, AT LEAST FOR THE U.S. 33 PART OF THE WARNING, THAT STORM CLEARLY HAD WEAKENED. DAVE, WE ARE DOWN LITERALLY TO ONE STORM THAT IS A TROUBLEMAKER IN THE SENSE THAT IT STILL COULD BE A POTENTIALLY DAMAGING STORM. IT'S MOVED OUT OF MORGAN COUNTY INTO NOBLE COUNTY. IT'S MUCH WEAKER THAN WE SAW EARLIER. COMING BACK UP, THIS IS THE LAST OF WHAT WE WILL CALL THE REALLY DANGEROUS CELLS. THE ONE THAT YOU HAVE TO FIND A SAFE PLACE. THE TORNADO WARNING POLYGON GOES TO THE CITY OF ATHENS, AT LEAST THE WEST SIDE. THE REAL THREAT >>> AND IN FACT, HAS DONE THAT YOU CAN TELL BY THE DIRECTION OF THE POLL GONE. THEN IT WILL HEAD A LITTLE FURTHER SOUTH. I WILL SUSPECT THAT IF THERE IS GOING TO A THE TOUCHDOWN THAT KEYS US IN. WE WERE LOOKING AT BROAD TORNADO IN MULTIPLE COUNTIES. THE PROBLEM IS WE'VE HAD STORM AFTER STORM AFTER STORM. WE HAD SEVERAL TIME MOVE THROUGH THE AREA BETWEEN 11:00 AND 12:00. JUST AN INCREDIBLE DISPLAY OF RESILIENCE OF POWER. WE ALWAYS INVOKE THE NIGHT TOO MANY COOLING. THAT AT NO TIME HELPED US AT ALL. >> NO, NOT AT ALL. >> IT SPUN ITS WAY PROBABLY INTO THE HIGHER OHIO VALLEY NOW TO THE PAST NOW. >> THEY ADD A LOT OF MOISTURE WITH IT TOO. AND IT'S GOING TO BE INTERESTING TOMORROW MORNING AS WE GET THE LIGHT OF DAY TO SEE WHAT KIND OF DAMAGE HAS BEEN DONE WITH THESE STORMS. PROBABLY GOING TO BE FIVE AREAS THAT THE WEATHER SERVICE WILL HAVE TO GO OUT AND LOOK AT. WE'VE HAD DAMAGE TO THE SOUTH AND EAST. WE STILL HAVE THIS ONE CELL THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO WATCH. I'VE BEEN WATCHING THIS AS WELL. IT APPEARS THIS CELL IS WEAKENING A LITTLE BIT. THIS IS STILL A DANGEROUS CELL. THE THIS HAS BEEN THE CASE THROUGHOUT THE EVENING. SO WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO WATCH THIS. IT LOOKS LIKE IT WEAKENED A LITTLE BIT MORE. IF YOU'RE IN ALBANY YOU'RE   GOING TO CONTINUE TO SEE THAT TRAVEL TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF ATHENS COUNTY. OVER TOWARD KNOX AND ALBANY. THAT CELL IS GOING TO HAVE GUSTY WINDS WITH IT. IT'S GOING TO HAVE HEAVY WIND AND LIGHTNING. THE WIND HAS GONE DOWN   SIGNIFICANTLY. I EXPECT THAT MOST OF THIS SHOULD START TO MAKE IT WAY OUT OF THE STATE AFTER 3:00 THIS MORNING. BUT AGAIN, LEFT BEHIND IS GOING TO BE STORM DAMAGE WE'VE HAD FROM THESE STORMS. GUSTY WINDS. NOT EVEN TORNADIC WINDS. OVERNIGHT WITH SOME OF THESE STORMS AND VERY HEAVY RAINFALL. YOU'RE GOING TO NOTICE THERE'S GOING TO BE STORM DRAINS THAT CLOG UP. SOME OF THESE STORMS ARE ALSO GOING TO CAUSE POTENTIAL FLOODING. IT DOES APPEAR THIS CELL IS WEAKENING A BIT AS IT MAKES ITS WAY TOWARD KNOCKS AND ALBANY. >> THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT 11:02. BY THEN THE TORNADO HAD ALREADY BEEN IN THE AIR. AND UNDOUBTEDLY THAT WENT THROUGH FAYETTE COUNTY. A LOT OF THIS INFORMATION WILL COME ACROSS LATER ON TONIGHT OR FIRST THING TOMORROW MORNING. WE'LL HAVE CREWS ON THE SCENE.   >> WE HAVE A CREW ENROUT. >> LOVE TRUCK STOP, ONE TRUCK DOWN IN THE AREA. A TORNADO TOUCHDOWN, WE'RE NOT FOR SURE UNTIL THE WEATHER CENTER GOES OUT. AND THE COURTHOUSE. YOU CAN SEE RIGHT THERE. EVERY TIME THE LIGHTNING FLASHES, ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU SEE THIS CONE SHAPED STORM RIGHT THERE ON THE GROUND. WHO KNOWS MAYBE .18 OF A WIDE.   WE DON'T KNOW PRECISELY BUT WE CAN ASSUME. >> NOW THIS IS EARLIER. THIS IS NOT NOW. THIS IS FROM EARLIER. AND THAT CONTINUED TO MOVE TOWARD PICAWAY COUNTY. IT DID WEAKEN AS THESE STORMS CONTINUE TO MOVE TO THE SOUTH AND EAST. THIS IS THE LAST BIG STORM WE WERE TRACKING INTO ATHENS COUNTY. MOVING IN TOWARD ALBANY AND KNOX. THAT'S GOING TO HAVE THE POTENTIAL OF LIGHTNING. IF WE CAN SEE IF THIS HAS THE POTENTIAL OF LIGHTNING. I DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH WE HAVE LEFT IN THIS THUNDERSTORMS. THAT'S A LITTLE BIT OF AN INDICATION THAT THIS CELL HAS WEAKENED. THERE'S SO MUCH LIGHTNING AND A LOT OF POSITIVE STRIKE VERY LIGHT LIGHTNING WE WERE HEARING THROUGHOUT THE AREA. >> THAT EIGHTH STRIKE THERE. AND THAT'S OVER BY CORKSVILLE. SO WE'RE GETTING VERY HEAVY RAIN HERE. THAT GETS BACK TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING AND RURAL AREAS. HEAVY RAIN STILL MOVING OR AT LEAST MODERATE MOVING OUT OF LIKIN COUNTY. I DO SEE A LIGHTNING BOLT BY ITSELF RIGHT THERE EAST OF NEWARK. THE STORMS, THERE'S STILL A LITTLE BIT OF LIKE WITH THESE. DOWN THREE AND 13 PRETTY HEAVY STORMS THAT WILL CLIP MORGAN COUNTY. THE TORNADO WARNING IS COMING UP ON 39. >> STILL A WARNING DOWN IN ATHENS COUNTY. >> THAT WILL PROBABLY REVERT TO A THUNDERSTORMS OR NOT. WE'RE LOSING THERE MIGHT BE A LITTLE BIT OF BROAD ROTATION HERE BUT WE DEFINITELY LOST WHAT WE HAD BEFORE THANKS TO A TIGHT BANDING. >> OBVIOUS EARLIER. >> WE'VE SEEN THAT ALL NIGHT WITH MANY OF THESE STORMS. >> NOT TO SAY THESE STORMS HAVE NOT HAD GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY RAINFALL. THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE TO BE VERY CAUTIOUS OF. IF YOU'RE DOWN IN ATHENS. AND IT CONTINUES TO PUSH OFF TO THE SOUTH AND EAST THIS EVENING THAT'S GOING TO BE A VERY, VERY STRONG CELL AT MINIMUM. THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO MOVE INTO THAT AREA TONIGHT AGAIN THIS TORNADO WARNING. LOOK AT THIS BASIC TRIANGLE THAT WE HAVE RIGHT THERE THAT EXTENDS ANOTHER FIVE MINUTES OR SO. WE WANTED TO MAKE SURE AT THIS POINT WE'VE BEEN ON THE AIR SINCE 4:00 THIS EVENING TRACKING SEVERAL STORMS THROUGHOUT THE AREA. SEVERAL TORNADOES THROUGHOUT THE REGION THROUGH LAURELVILLE THAT WE HAD REPORTS OF POSSIBLE TORNADOES. WE HAD MULTIPLE TORNADOES. LOTS OF GUSTY WINDS. WE'RE GOING TO STAY ON THE AIR AND CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE NEXT FEW MINUTES. IF WE'RE ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER YOU HAVE A PRETTY STRONG LITTLE CELL THAT'S MOVING THROUGH. WE HAVE ADDITIONAL RAIN SHOWERS AREAS THAT HAVE HAD A LOT OF RAIN ALREADY AND BACK INTO KNOX COUNTY. NOT AS MUCH STRONG STORMS IN KNOCKS COUNTY BUT YOU HAVE SHOWER AND A COUPLE OF ROUNDS OF THUNDER. AND THEN MOVING BACK INTO EASTERN PORTIONS OF GERNZIE COUNTY. AGAIN THESE ARE THE TWO CELLS WE'RE WATCHING. BOTH OF THEM WERE TORNADO WARNING THIS EVENING. THAT EXTENDS UNTIL 2:45 TONIGHT AND THEN THIS CELL WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH DOWN INTO MEGS COUNTY. BEN I THINK AT MINIMUM WITH THAT CELL WE'RE PROBABLY GOING TO ENDS UP SEEING A THUNDERSTORMS WARNING OUT OF THAT CELL. >> I DOUBT THEY'LL GO FROM TORNADO WARNING TO NO WARNING AT ALL. >> THE CELL DOES SHOW INDICATIONS OF WEAKENING. WE DON'T SEE THAT ROTATION AS MUCH WITH THAT CELL AS WE DID EARLIER. >> IT'S KIND OF SPREADING ITSELF OUT AS WE MIGHT EXPECT HERE AFTER THAT TIME. AND THAT'S NOT TO SAY THIS IS A POTENT STORM. IT'S NOT LOOKING LIKE IT DID   BEFORE. WIND SHEAR PATH VERY CLEAR. NOW YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE AGAIN THE TO PARALLEL SUPER CELLS THAT WE TRACKED. SEE THAT. BOTH HAD SEVERAL WIND SHEAR PATHS. AND THE HAIL AGAIN WAS NOT SIGNIFICANT BUT THE WIND SHEAR AND THIS IS WHERE WE THINK THIS STORM WAS DEFINITELY TORNADIC. DON'T KNOW ABOUT THAT ONE. WE WON'T KNOW UNTIL TOMORROW MORNING. THIS ACTUALLY WAS TORNADIC ALL THE WAY BACK IN FAYETTE COUNTY. WE ARE GOING TO BE WRAPPING UP AT 2:45. >> THE TORNADO WARNING FOR ATHENS MEG WILL BE EXPIRED IN THREE MINUTES. >> AS THE STORMS BEGAN TO CROSS INTERSTATE 75, YOU AND I HAD THIS CONVERSATION TILL AROUND 9:00. EASILY 15 TORNADOES IN INDIANA. THIS HAS BEEN ONE LONG CHAIN OF STORMS MAYBE 60, 70 TORNADOES WILL HAVE COME OUT OF THIS PARTICULAR STORM IN THIS VERY BAD NIGHT FOR SOME. I WILL SPREAD THIS OUT A LITTLE BIT. THIS WILL GIVE US A LAST LOOK AT WHAT TRANSPIRED. WITH THIS TIME LAPSE THAT WE'RE OUT OF DANGER. OBVIOUSLY THERE'S GOING TO BE LOCALIZED FLOODING. THIS HAS TO BE ONE OF THE WORSE TORNADO OUTBREAKS I'VE EVER TRACKED. OBVIOUSLY WE'VE HAD BIGGER TORNADOES. >> NEAR DAYTON ALSO. >> WE'VE HEARD ABOUT A LOT OF BIG DAMAGE IN DAYTON. >> THAT WILL END UP BEING AN F2. >> POSSIBLY. WE'VE HEARD THINGS ON SOCIAL MEDIA. SOMETIMES THINGS TEND TO GET A LITTLE OVEREXAGGERATED. WE'VE SEEN PICTURES ON TWITTER OF SHEET METAL. THAT COULD BE STRAIGHT LINES. WE'VE HAD REPORTS OF CONFIRMED TORNADOES IN THE AREA. >> YOU CAN SEE THIS APPEARS TO BE A HOME OUT IN THAT AREA NEAR DAYTON. YOU CAN SEE THE DAMAGE, STRUCTURAL DAMAGE THAT WAS DONE. AGAIN WITHOUT KNOWING JUST LOOKING AT VIDEO IT'S DIFFICULT TO ASSESS WHETHER IT'S A ZERO, ONE, TWO OR THREE. THIS LOOKS LIKE SOME WHERE IN THE RANGE OF A ONE TO AEF2 POSSIBLE TORNADO. THIS IS SOMETHING THE STORM DAMAGE CREWS WILL GO OUT TOMORROW. >> WE MAY NOT EVEN KNOW TOMORROW. THERE'S GOING TO BE SO MANY AREAS. I HAVE SEEN PLACES LIKE THIS WHERE THEY HAVE WRAPPED UP TWO OR THREE TORNADOES. JUST WATCH I'M GOING TO GET MY HAND OUT OF THE WAY. JUST WATCH EVERYTHING MOVE. WE HAD TORNADOES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. UNION..

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