(Undated) A half-dozen tornadoes are being blamed for extensive damage in this past weekend's storms.
National Weather Service officials say twisters touched down Sunday in Sandusky, Seneca, Erie and Huron counties, damaging homes and farms.
Straight-line winds of more than 80 miles per hour are being blamed for the damage in Findlay and Wauseon.
Power outages may affect some polling locations today. For example, a Tiffin precinct will have to operate with generators. Poll workers at First United Baptist church are relying on three power generators today from the Seneca County emergency management agency so voters can cast a ballot as normal.
The ConAgra plant in Archbold is closed all week after Sunday's storms ripped off a good portion of the roof at the food production facility. Only maintenance workers will report this week, while the company tries to make repairs and resume normal operations. Straight-line winds are being blamed on the plant damage, while company officials hope to have the ConAgra factory running as normal by Monday.