The National Weather Service confirmed on Tuesday that a “low-end” EF-1 tornado went through parts of Warsaw Monday night.

Estimated peak wind was 90 mph for a path of 4.1 miles and width of 50 yards. The Weather Service said it started about 8:27 p.m. Monday 1.1 miles northeast of downtown Warsaw, just southeast of Pike Lake, and moved rapidly eastward. It lifted at 8:34 p.m., 5.2 miles east of downtown Warsaw.

In its determination, the weather service cited numerous trees that were damaged including uprooted trees, snapped trunks and toppings. Several homes and cars were hit by tree debris. In addition, several power poles were snapped and there was some minor damage to roofs and siding on some homes.

The tornado occurred along the northern edge of a broader wind damage swath of up to 250 yards, according to the NWS.

An EF1 is a “weak” tornado with wind speeds of 86 to 110 mph on the enhanced Fujita scale.

The NWS said the information is considered preliminary and subject to change pending final review of the event.