Intense storm hits area


Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF0 tornado hit areas west and north of the Village of Enon, causing damage to local homes.

Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF0 tornado hit areas west and north of the Village of Enon, causing damage to local homes.


Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.


Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.


Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.


Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.


Submitted photo A Fairborn citizen captured this storm cloud hanging out above the Rona Hills area in the city. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base issued its own tornado warning approximately 6:54 p.m. after its weather expert predicted that WPAFB was in the path for tornadic activity. WPAFB experienced minimal damage, having the tornado warning lifted approximately 7:05 p.m., including minor roof damage and two uprooted trees. The civil engineering experts are continuing to survey for damage. Individuals living near WPAFB who are issued warnings through the National Weather Service should use their best judgment during severe weather conditions, according to base officials.


Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF0 tornado hit areas west and north of the Village of Enon, causing damage to local homes.

Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.

Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.

Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.

Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.

Submitted photo

A Fairborn citizen captured this storm cloud hanging out above the Rona Hills area in the city. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base issued its own tornado warning approximately 6:54 p.m. after its weather expert predicted that WPAFB was in the path for tornadic activity. WPAFB experienced minimal damage, having the tornado warning lifted approximately 7:05 p.m., including minor roof damage and two uprooted trees. The civil engineering experts are continuing to survey for damage. Individuals living near WPAFB who are issued warnings through the National Weather Service should use their best judgment during severe weather conditions, according to base officials.

Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF0 tornado hit areas west and north of the Village of Enon, causing damage to local homes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_Enonstorm1.jpgWhitney Vickers | Greene County News The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF0 tornado hit areas west and north of the Village of Enon, causing damage to local homes.

Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_Enonstorm4.jpgTim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.

Tim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_Enonstorm5.jpgTim and Christina Hayslip were returning to their home in the Village of Enon from a Jamacia vacation April 5 and were greeted with a tree shredding through their roof. The couple said the structure has been in their family for more than 50 years and that they have lived in the dwelling for the past eight. The Hayslips expressed gratitude that they were not home when storm rolled through Enon as the situation could have yielded worse results. They said the home, located on South Xenia Drive, is the third oldest in Enon.

Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_enonstorm3.jpgNext door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.

Next door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_Enonstorm2.jpgNext door to the Hayslips is what they describe as the second-oldest home in Enon, which the couple said had pillers torn from its porch as a result of the storm. The pillars were sitting on a sidewalk beside the home.

Submitted photo A Fairborn citizen captured this storm cloud hanging out above the Rona Hills area in the city. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base issued its own tornado warning approximately 6:54 p.m. after its weather expert predicted that WPAFB was in the path for tornadic activity. WPAFB experienced minimal damage, having the tornado warning lifted approximately 7:05 p.m., including minor roof damage and two uprooted trees. The civil engineering experts are continuing to survey for damage. Individuals living near WPAFB who are issued warnings through the National Weather Service should use their best judgment during severe weather conditions, according to base officials.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/04/web1_IMG_20170405_191846_904.jpgSubmitted photo A Fairborn citizen captured this storm cloud hanging out above the Rona Hills area in the city. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base issued its own tornado warning approximately 6:54 p.m. after its weather expert predicted that WPAFB was in the path for tornadic activity. WPAFB experienced minimal damage, having the tornado warning lifted approximately 7:05 p.m., including minor roof damage and two uprooted trees. The civil engineering experts are continuing to survey for damage. Individuals living near WPAFB who are issued warnings through the National Weather Service should use their best judgment during severe weather conditions, according to base officials.