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CONFIRMED: Did a tornado touchdown in Butler County?

Austin Ehrman/Butler Dispatch LLC

BUTLER COUNTY, Pa. – The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has conducted a formal storm damage survey.

Fortunately, there was neither a tornado in Slippery Rock or Summit Township.

However, the National Weather Service did conclude a wet microburst did occur over Slippery Rock, and move northeast into Butler County.

According to a report, the National Weather Service stated “We don’t have the dynamics for a tornado.”

A farmer on West Park Road had called into the NWS hotline to report his damage, to which he believed was caused by a tornado.

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