National Weather Service Cleveland has confirmed that two tornadoes touched down in Trumbull County Thursday night. 

The first tornado that came through was an EF-1 near Mecca Township. Reports said it was the ground for a little over half a mile, with peak winds of 104 miles per hour. 

The second was reported as an EF-0 in Johnston Township that touched down on Porter Drive. 

This comes after six different tornado warnings came through the Mahoning Valley and into the Shenango Valley around 6 p.m. Thursday.

In total, the agency issued 11 tornado warnings across its jurisdiction, the most since 2005 for Northeast Ohio. 

Most of the damage was in northern Trumbull County, including Johnston Township, Mecca Township and Cortland. 

That's where residents are working to clean up the hefty damage brought on by the strong storm.