Mike Frazier

The National Weather Service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in Miami County Saturday night.

Forecasters say the first twister, rated an EF-Zero with winds up to 80 miles per hour, hit Troy just after 10 p.m., leaving damage concentrated mostly near Troy High School and downtown. 

National Weather Service Meteorologist Chris Hogue says winter tornadoes are rare, but he says this weekend’s weather conditions were just right to produce the storm with damaging winds. 

The National Weather Service will survey damage caused by severe morning storms that blew through Greene and Clark Counties.

Inspectors are expected to publish the results of their storm-damage survey Friday evening. 

The Yellow Springs News reported multiple trees were down in the vicinity of Glen View and Corry streets in the village, including one that landed on the roof of a home.

Several hundred DP&L customers in Greene and Clark counties experienced power outages as winds gusted over 60 miles per hour.

The UD Flyers have a new head coach. The University of Dayton has selected Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Anthony Grant to lead the men’s basketball team.

Grant is a former Flyer himself, having played for the team in the 1980s.

Grant follows Archie Miller, who coached the Flyers for six seasons. Grant was head coach with Virginia Commonwealth and Alabama before working with Oklahoma City.