HANCOCK COUNTY, Ohio (WJW) — After multiple tornado watches were issued throughout Ohio Tuesday, the National Weather Service has confirmed that at least two tornados touched down.

The NWS storm survey found an EF-0 tornado hit Hancock County around 5:30 p.m., not far from the Findlay Airport. Damage included a barn roof being ripped off, along with trees and power poles snapped and blown over. A residential barn was also reportedly destroyed in the storm. (Take a look at some of the storm damage here.)

Winds were estimated to have hit about 80 miles per hour during the tornado, which lasted about 10 minutes.

The storm survey also found an EF-1 tornado touched down in Huron County, with winds hitting up to 90 miles per hour. The tornado reportedly appeared around Sand Hill Road at 6:38 p.m. and lasted about a minute, running through a field and taking out power lines and trees in its wake.

No word yet if a tornado touched down in Lorain County, but the storm survey is continuing to investigate.

Tuesday’s storms coincided with Ohio’s election day.