Numerous reports of downed power lines and trees were common Friday evening.
Winds with gusts of 70 miles per hour or higher were common late Friday afternoon as severe thunderstorms marched through central Ohio.
Reports of trees and power lines being knocked-down were common, and some reports of semi-trucks being toppled on highways were also being made.
Wind did cause building damage, with debris falling onto State Route 56 in Mount Sterling, closing that highway for several hours.
Neighboring Ross County had so many trees and power lines down in their area, that the county sheriff issued a Level 2 Travel Emergency, banning motorists from being on the roads until 9pm Friday.