ELK COUNTY, Pa. - A line of strong to severe thunderstorms have caused damage across the state.
The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings to be issued for Elk, Clinton and Cameron counties Tuesday afternoon. The same line of storms prompted tornado warnings and watches across northeastern and central parts of the state. As of right now there is no confirmation of a tornado touching down.
Delullo's Deli in St. Mary's had part of its roof ripped off during the storm. Multiple trees fell on power lines, causing outages in town. The storm caused the Elk County 911 Dispatch Center to go down for a period of time, but a back-up radio system allowed them to communicate after the storm.
Watch the video above for a look at damage in Elk County.
Here is a look at some damage across the state:
Report that winds blew tractor trailer over on the bridge between Danville and Riverside, Route 54 between Montour and Northumberland counties.— Lauren Hensley (@LaurenHensleyTV) May 15, 2018
Bridge remains closed until tow truck can get the tractor trailer upright. @wbrewyou #wx #severeweather #weather pic.twitter.com/kHv8bqVgg1