Two tornadoes have potentially touched down during the severe weather storms that rolled through the valley.

The incidents happened on the 6000 block of Mahoning Avenue and Oak Hill Drive in Champion.

Both are reported to have touched down around 7:17 p.m., according to Trumbull County Dispatch.

They are not active anymore, according to dispatch.

21 News has received several reports of damage in Champion, including a trampoline wrapped around a telephone pole.

Meanwhile, Windham, near the Portage and Trumbull county line, has seen extensive damage as a result from the storms.

This includes several downed trees and even a side of a house being ripped off.

At this time, it's not 100% confirmed by the National Weather Service but they will survey the damage caused by reported touchdowns tomorrow.