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Confirmed Tornado in Central Pa.


    Picture posted on the Roundtop Mountain Resort website.

    The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down near a ski resort in central

    A report from the National Weather Service in State College said the twister came down around 6 a.m. Thursday near the Roundtop Mountain Resort in York County, downing numerous trees and lifting the front end of an eyewitness' car off the ground.

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    The weather service has categorized the tornado as an EF1, which is a twister with winds from 86 mph to 110 mph.