STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — The National Weather Service is trying to determine whether a tornado touched down in northeastern Pennsylvania during a storm, causing some damage but no reported injuries.
Meanwhile, a tornado was also spotted in western Pennsylvania.
Authorities said there were several tornado reports near Scandia in Warren County between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday.
Meteorologist Paul Head said it could have been a tornado touching down several times or it could have been a downburst, and officials won’t be able to tell until they examine the damage.
He said a National Weather Service team has been dispatched to the area to investigate. There was a report of a barn being blown over, and local officials reported trees and wires coming down, but Head said little other damage was reported in the very rural area.
Meanwhile, CBS Pittsburgh reported that law enforcement and a trained spotter saw a tornado 11 miles east of Slippery Rock in Butler County around 7:50 p.m.