Five tornado warnings are in effect by the end of this video. At 0:58, a vertical cross section of the Wilmington, Ohio radar is shown, displaying storm relative velocity over northern Clermont County. The tornadic circulation extends up to around 10,000 feet.
Attenuation of the radar beam contributes to a weak reflectivity return on the Clermont/Brown County storm at 1:31, but velocity still shows a circulation present.
At 2:05, the Wilmington and TCVG radars are showing three distinct areas of rotation along the leading edge of the system in the new tornado warning area. A cross section at 3:03 reveals that the circulation extended up to about 10,000 feet over Northern Pendleton County.
The product shown at 4:00 is Correlation Coefficient. Values below 80% are typically not precipitation. Three debris signatures are present over Northern Clermont and Brown Counties.