An EF-O tornado touched down in Guernsey County on Thursday night.
According to the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, Pa., the tornado touched down shortly before 8 p.m. about four miles southwest of Byesville.
It was near the intersection of state Route 313 and North Star Road.
The winds reached a maximum of 65 mph, and its path was a maximum width of 1/16 of a mile.
The tornado was captured on video by a Guernsey County Sheriff's deputy.
According to the NWS, the greatest damaged caused by the tornado was to a house, where the roof was lifted off and placed back on.
A chicken coop was displaced over 100 feet away, and a number of large trees were knocked down.
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