Map of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, USA with township and municipal bondaries. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down near New Albany Tuesday evening.
Tuesday’s storms blew a mobile home on Marsh Road off its foundation, collapsed a barn across the street, knocked down trees and power lines in several areas and caused the loss of power to thousands of electric customers, over 1,000 of whom were still without power Wednesday.
Downed trees and other storm damage was also reported in Overton Township, in the Wyalusing area and in Sullivan County.
A National Weather Service storm survey team confirmed Wednesday that a tornado occurred Tuesday in the New Albany area with damage of EF-1 magnitude, according to the NWS at Binghamton, N.Y. An EF-1 tornado has wind speeds of 86 to 110 miles per hour.
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