LCL heights were low enough to support tornadoes through-out the area.
0-1 km shear values were large enough to support tornadoes through-out the area.
Mid-level storm relative winds were a bit weak for tornadoes, especially over northeast Pennsylvania.
Low-level CAPE was not adequate to support tornadoes over central NY.
A strong gradient of low-level CAPE was analyzed in northeast Pennsylvania. A weak tornado developed over Lycoming County in the low-level CAPE maximum. That supercell was unable to produce tornadoes or wind damage in the analyzed gradient farther east.