HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A line of severe thunderstorms are racing across Pennsylvania, leaving reports of damage and one possible tornado.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that the Tuesday afternoon cold front spurred several tornado reports to emergency dispatchers in northwestern Pennsylvania's Mercer County.
There also were reports of damaged roofs and downed trees in Mercer and Armstrong counties.
A National Weather Service meteorologist tells the Post-Gazette winds of more than 40 miles per hour were recorded in the Pittsburgh area.
Meanwhile, a few thousand electrical customers were in the dark following a downpour in suburban Philadelphia's Bucks County.