Sunday night a line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved across Central Pennsylvania, causing damage in some locations.
It was reported at 10:05 PM of large trees down in Boswell, Somerset County. At 10:15 PM trees blocked Route 30 in Somerset and another on a residence in Cairnbrook. By 10:22 PM in Stoystown, wind damage was reported with trees blocking the road on Lincoln Highway at Lambertsville Road.
Somerset County was not the only area where damage was reported. In Cambria County, by 10:27 PM, wires were down in Brownstown. Also, thunderstorms caused trees to go down in the Mountaindale region of Cambria county around the same time.
A tree fell onto a car at the intersection of 4th street and 3rd Avenue in Altoona, Blair County by 10:54 PM.
The storm continued to move eastward and trees were reported down near Lincoln Caverns in Huntingdon County by 11:26 PM.
By 11:36 PM, the line of storms brought a tree down along Route 220 in Milesburg, Centre County.
The National Weather Service is also sending out Storm Survey teams to Union, Warren, and Columbia Counties later today to assess damage.