By: KDKA-TV News Staff

BUTLER COUNTY (KDKA) – After surveying damage from Saturday morning’s strong storms, the National Weather Service has determined that damage sustained in Butler County was not due to a tornado.

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The National Weather Service said that the damage was the result of strong, straight-line winds.

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Meanwhile, in neighboring Beaver County, the National Weather Service determined on Saturday that two tornadoes did touch down during the storms.

Those early morning storms in Beaver County resulted in downed trees, downed power lines, damage to homes, as well as power outages.

The NWS says these tornadoes are the 19th and 20th to be observed in Beaver County since 1950.

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