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NWS looking for signs of tornadoes in the tri-state

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Meteorologists from the National Weather Service will survey the storm damage in Butler and Warren Counties in Ohio and Franklin County in Indiana Wednesday. 

The survey will follow the track of Tuesday's storm that affected areas from Mount Carmel, Indiana to Lebanon, Ohio.

The results of the survey are expected to be released by Wednesday evening.

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