Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Wilmington, OH

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Wilmington OH
349 PM EST Wed Mar 1 2017

...Update on Storm Survey Plans from NWS Wilmington Ohio...

The National Weather Service office in Wilmington Ohio has been
conducting storm damage surveys today. Surveys going on through
the rest of the day will focus on damage in Clermont County, Ohio,
and Campbell County, Kentucky. Additional storm damage surveys
will be planned as damage reports continue to arrive.

Based on dual-polarization radar data, it is believed that two
tornadoes were responsible for damage near Leesburg and Greenfield in
northern Highland County, and possibly western Ross County in
Ohio last night. A National Weather Service survey team will
survey this area on Thursday, in order to seek to confirm this and
determine details regarding the magnitude and location of damage.

Damage has also been reported in Boone and Kenton counties in
Kentucky. A National Weather Service survey team will also
investigate this area on Thursday.

Additional survey locations are likely, and will be determined by
tomorrow morning as storm reports and radar data are further
investigated.

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HATZOS



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