A significant outbreak of severe weather occurred on the 6th of June. It began early in the morning (which is unusual for the Eastern United States - most times, we have to wait for the heating of the afternoon to fuel the storms), in Western Pennsylvania, and spread eastward into the Central and Eastern two-thirds of the State.
Most of the severe reports were of downburst wind damage, with some large hail, as well. See the Summary Preliminary Storm Report for some of the details.
A Storm Damage Survey was conducted Tuesday in Tioga County. An F0 tornado occurred at Hammond Lake. Read the results of the survey on the Public Information Statement.
Another Storm Damage Survey was conducted Tuesday in Lycoming County. An F1 tornado occurred near Huntersville. Read the results of the survey on the Public Information Statement.