NWS: Wayne County Damage Caused by Straight-line Winds

CANAAN TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The National Weather Service says storm damage in two parts of Wayne County was not caused by tornadoes.

Storm experts were examining the damage at Keen Lake and Lake Como Wednesday.

They determined that all the damage in those two areas was caused by straight-line winds of around 80 miles an hour.

That can be just as strong as a weak tornado but showed no rotation.

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