A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for parts of central Lancaster County and east central York county. The National Weather Service says the warning will be in place until 2:30 p.m., with a watch still active through 11 pm for all of Pennsylvania’s Central region.
Weather warnings have been issued for central Lancaster and York counties, with the warning lasting until 2:30 p.m. in both areas of Pennsylvania’s rural countryside (National Weather Service statement). Residents should stay indoors at this time due to severe thunderstorms that are expected throughout Saturday afternoon as well as a slight chance of hail from 1-2 inches in diameter or larger (severe weather report).
The sky will darken with more than a dozen lightning strikes per minute. The storms could produce 60 mph or greater winds and quarter-sized hail, according to forecasts. Forecasters say that the hailstorms can cause significant damage on cars as well as potential flooding in neighborhoods not far from where it falls during this Friday’s storm system.
The storms could produce 60 mph winds and quarter-sized hail, according to forecasts.
Fearing that the storm will do a lot of damage, locals are being advised to stay indoors for safety purposes. Residents should also be sure not to drive their cars during the storm as this may cause them significant harm in powerful gusts or large hailstones which can smash windshields with ease if they’re left unprotected outside by vehicles parked on lawns or streets near homes under trees – especially those who live along with coastal areas like Florida’s Gulf Coast where saltwater spray from any approaching hurricane would have an even more destructive effect than inland rains on metal roofs due north into Georgia
People in Central Pennsylvania should stay on the ground floor of their homes and avoid driving around flooded areas, forecasters said.
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