A tornado warning was issued for southern Fulton County, Pa., just before 5 p.m. Tuesday, but was lifted about 45 minutes later.
No tornado materialized, although a thunderstorm moved through the area. There were no reports of damage, according to Troy Truax, emergency management agency coordinator for the county.
The National Weather Service in State College, Pa., issued the warning at 4:49 p.m., stating that a tornado was expected to approach Barnes Gap and move east at 10 mph on a track just north of the Pennsylvania and Maryland line west of Warfordsburg, Pa.
Strong thunderstorms swept through the Tri-State area starting at about 5 p.m. but there were no reports of damage or power outages, emergency personnel said.