PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down in western Pennsylvania on Tuesday.READ MORE: Paperless Ticketing Leads To Long Lines Outside Heinz Field Ahead Of Steelers Game
An EF1 tornado touched down just south of Brockway in Jefferson County around 4:10 p.m.
Officials estimated the tornado had winds of 85 to 95 mph.
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The path of the tornado was estimated to be about four miles and crossed into Elk County.
This is the sixth confirmed tornado since Jan. 1 in western Pennsylvania.MORE NEWS: 'We're Ready To Go': Steelers Fans Thrilled At The Chance To Tailgate, Watch Home Game At Heinz Field
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