CINCINNATI -- After an EF3 tornado ripped through Cedarville, Ohio Wednesday, WCPO reviewed data from the state's Emergency Management Agency to determine which Ohio counties have the highest probability of tornadoes.
MAP | Tornado Probability by County
Click on your county to see its probability of a tornado.
The likelihood that a tornado will strike each Ohio county, based on information from the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. Information from the U.S. Census Bureau also contributed to this map. Credit Nikki Ferrell.
Ohio's EMA ranks the state within the top 20 in the nation for fatalities, injuries and dollar losses, indicating it has "a relatively high likelihood for damages resulting from tornadoes."
Between 1950 and 2000, 731 tornados have struck the state, with 330 of them packing winds between 86 and 110 miles per hour -- resulting in what's commonly called EF2 tornadoes.
Ohio tornadoes have resulted in more than 200 deaths and 4,000 injuries.