Nine tornadoes now confirmed from Sunday’s storms

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The National Weather Service in Cleveland says, so far, six tornadoes have been confirmed from Sunday's storms.

Here is a look at six of the locations, according to NWS, which will be releasing the specific locations of the newly confirmed tornadoes sometime Tuesday:

Ashland County in Hayesville. The maximum intensity is not yet known.

Crawford County near Galion. Maximum intensity: EF1 (86-110mph).

Erie County in Bloomingville, an EF1.

Sandusky County in Castalia, an EF1.

West Lodi in Seneca County, an EF1 that was about 1/2 mile long.

And, just outside of Ohio, a tornado was also confirmed in Erie, Pennsylvania. It's believed to have been an EF1.

**More on the storms, here**

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