The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed a brief, EF-0 tornado in Springboro, Crawford County on Sunday.

It was reported at approximately 6:48 p.m.

The tornado had estimated winds up to 80 mph, a path of 1/3 mile and width up to 100 yards, the NWS said.

The tornado was only briefly on the ground but caused damage to several homes along Beaver St. then lifted near North Main St. and Elm, according to the NWS.

Large trees fell, and a couple of homes suffered siding damage. Telephone poles and street signs were also snapped or bent.

There were no reports of any injuries or deaths.

It's the second tornado confirmed in northwestern Pennsylvania from Sunday's storms. A tornado also touched down near Starbrick in Warren County.