NWS March 14 Severe Storms and Tornadoes

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During the afternoon of March 14, a supercell thunderstorm developed over southern Indiana, producing a tornado as it crossed the Ohio River three times heading into Kentucky. During the evening of March 14, multiple supercell thunderstorms developed over Indiana, producing numerous strong tornadoes across western and central Ohio.

The NWS Wilmington Ohio confirmed a total of seven tornadoes from this event. Within the NWS Wilmington Ohio forecast area, the tornado tracks combined to a total of 145 miles. Tornadoes also occurred in portions of the NWS Louisville, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Northern Indiana, and NWS Cleveland forecast areas.

Confirmed Tornadoes:
EF2 — Carroll County KY and Switzerland County IN
(this tornado also affected Jefferson County IN and Trimble County KY)

EF1 — Western Mercer County OH
(this tornado also affected Adams County IN)

EF1 — Mercer County OH and Auglaize County OH

EF3 — Auglaize County OH and Logan County OH

EF2 — Union County OH and Delaware County OH

EF1 — Delaware County OH and Licking County OH

EF2 — Darke County OH and Miami County OH
(this tornado also affected Delaware County IN and Randolph County IN)