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2 Tornadoes Touched Down In Pennsylvania, NWS Says

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The National Weather Service confirms two tornadoes touched down in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

"We have confirmed 2 tornadoes occurred yesterday, October 2, 2018 in Carbon and Monroe Counties Pennsylvania. Both tornadoes have been rated EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale," the NWS says.

In Carbon County, the tornado was in the area of Kidding Township and Lake Harmony where tree damage was reported.

In Monroe County, the tornado occurred within Jackson Township.

"The path of this tornado started with tree damage along Jackson Road. Many trees were uprooted and some were snapped. Additional tree damage was observed along Sportsmans Trail and Skyhawk Trail. The damage path continued through a cornfield near the intersection of Mountain Road and Jackson Road. A large limb of approximately 18 inches in diameter was snapped off a tree and caused roof damage and downed power lines to a residence," the NWS says.

No injuries have been reported from the storm.

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