A look back at 5 tornadoes that struck the Miami Valley in 2016

A year ago today five tornadoes touched down in four Miami Valley counties.

The twisters caused extensive property damage, but no injuries or deaths were reported.

The communities affected were Arcanum, Laura, Wheatville, Pitsburg and Phillipsburg across Montgomery, Darke, Preble and Miami counties.

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EF1 tornadoes hit Phillipsburg in Montgomery County and near Wheatville in Preble County, NWS officials said.

EF0 tornadoes struck near Laura near the Miami-Darke County line and in Pitsburg in Darke County.

A tornado touched down in Arcanum in Darke County, but its strength was unknown, according to NWS officials.

Debris was strewn about on the ground around a property on Baltimore-Phillipsburg Road, where a home and barn sustained significant damages.

Jenna Kesler, a firefighter in Phillipsburg, said at the time that the roof and doors were blown off of a home in the 8800 block of Baltimore Phillipsburg Road.

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Steve Woolf, a Clay Twp. trustee, lived on Baltimore-Phillipsburg Road, across the street from a home that had its roof blown off.

Woolf had been in the basement with his wife and dogs during the first tornado warning. As they came upstairs, the second tornado warning was issued.

“All the sudden a big train sound came through here,” Woolf said at the time, as he saw his neighbor’s roof coming right for his home.

“You never think it’s your stuff,” Woolf said.

A barn was leveled on Arlington Road in the area of Blank Road.

A barn on Dull Road near Arcanum was also significantly damaged.

No tornados have touched down in the Miami Valley this year, although five struck across Ohio, including near Cincinnati, on March 1.