OHIO — The National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed at least 4 tornadoes in central Ohio as a result of Wednesday's storms.

The NWS confirmed an EF-0 tornado in northeast Delaware County from Wednesday night's storms.

The tornado lasted roughly one minute according to the NWS with a maximum wind speed of 65 mph. 

The NWS said the Delaware County Emergency Management Agency assisted in the confirmation.

"Video taken from the near the intersection of Olive Green Road and Fredricks road, looking east, shows a brief tornado developing and then dissipating rather quickly as it moves through a wooded area along Porter Central Road," The NWS said in a release. 

The county's emergency management agency confirmed minor tree damage in the area as well, but no injuries were reported.

A storm survey team also confirmed a tornado in Frazeysburg, saying the damage is consistent with an EF2 rating with 130 mph wind speeds.

A third EF-0 tornado was confirmed in Knox County, just south of Mount Vermont in the area of Brandon. This tornado had winds at 85 mph. It touched down at 8:44 p.m. and left the ground at 8:56 p.m.

An additional EF-0 tornado was confirmed in Licking County, southwest of Hanover. This tornado reached estimated wind speeds of 80 mph.

The fourth tornado brings Ohio's tornado count this year to 62, which officially ties the state's 1992 record.