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June 10, 2008 Severe Thunderstorms

Thunderstorm Produces 80 mph Straight Line Winds Across a Small Area in Southeast Wayne County Pennsylvania on Tuesday Evening June 10th

The National Weather Service surveyed wind damage in and around the town of Beach Lake in eastern Wayne County Pennsylvania on Friday June 13th. The damage occurred with a storm that moved across the area during the evening on the 10th. The most damage was found along Rosencrantz Road, about half a mile south of Route 652. In that area, several trees were uprooted or snapped by straight line winds estimated at 80 mph. The area of damage was approximately 100 yards long and 50 yards wide. The storm moved across that area at around 815 PM.

Scattered tree damage occurred elsewhere across wayne county during the evening on the 10th as a severe thunderstorm moved rapidly across the area.

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