MILLERSVILLE, Pa. (AP) – Forecasters are trying to determine whether a tornado touched down in central Pennsylvania over the weekend.

Meteorologist Peter Jung said the National Weather Service received reports Saturday of a possible tornado in Manor Township, a few miles northwest of Millersville in Lancaster County.

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Jung said officials may visit the scene Monday, but they are first trying to gather photos from residents to help determine the damage.

Thunderstorms passed through the area late Saturday afternoon, cutting power to several thousand electric customers.

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LNP newspapers reported that five residents reported seeing a funnel cloud at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Commissioner Duane Hagelgans of Blue Rock Fire Rescue sad no major structural damage was reported, but the storm “slaughtered” dozens of trees.

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