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National Weather Service To Survey Damage After Severe Storms Cut Across Miami Valley

The National Weather Service will survey damage caused by severe morning storms that blew through Greene and Clark Counties.

Inspectors are expected to publish the results of their storm-damage survey Friday evening. 

The Yellow Springs News reported multiple trees were down in the vicinity of Glen View and Corry streets in the village, including one that landed on the roof of a home.

Several hundred DP&L customers in Greene and Clark counties experienced power outages as winds gusted over 60 miles per hour.

The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Clark County at 8:30 a.m. for a possible tornado located near South Vienna.

Social media images pictured what appeared to show a funnel cloud moving in the area.

A barn on South Burnett Road was reportedly damaged, and trees and power lines were brought down in the area. 

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