Monday’s storms confirmed as tornadoes in Elk, McKean counties

VIEWER PHOTO KANE, PA - Monday's storm damaged a barn in Kane, PA. Tornado tracks from Monday have been confirmed in Elk and McKean counties.

ELK COUNTY, PA. (WIVB) – The National Weather Service from State College, PA., has confirmed two EF1 tornado tracks in Elk County and one in McKean County while surveying damage from Monday’s storm.

According to a statement from the National Weather Service, storm damage surveys revealed tornado tracks near Twin Lakes and Dahoga in Elk County and east of Custer City in McKean County.

The final results of the surveys, including path length, path width, and maximum wind speeds, will be completed and transmitted early Tuesday evening.

 

 

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