Reshay Sawyer submitted this photo of flooding in Railroad from Friday.
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The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for southern York County after Doppler radar indicated rotation in the atmosphere Friday afternoon and evening.

But John LaCorte, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said Saturday there were no reports of tornadoes in York County.

He said a trained spotter reported to the weather service that a funnel cloud was spotted northeast of Shrewsbury. He said the service issued a warning about the cloud.

LaCorte said there was evidence of "sporadic" high winds but nothing more severe.

Reshay Sawyer submitted this photo of flooding in Railroad from Friday.
Reshay Sawyer submitted this photo of flooding in Railroad from Friday. (SUBMITTED)
He said the weather service can confirm tornado activity but does not attempt to confirm funnel clouds.

Mark Paquette, a meteorologist for AccuWeather.com in State College, said the combination of high and low pressure fronts was responsible for high winds across the state. He said a tornado was reported in Ligonier, which is about 40 miles east of Pittsburgh.

"Obviously, it was a pretty busy weather day," he said. "There were numerous tornado warnings. But radar can't tell if it (weather rotation) actually is touching the ground."

Paquette said that high pressure over Greenland will cause the temperature over the next week to "remain cooler than normal with lots of clouds and possible afternoon showers."

"This weather pattern will be slow to move out," he said.

According to York County 911 logs, roads flooded in low- lying areas and emergency crews were dispatched to removed debris and downed trees from roadways.

Signs of flooding - muddy and rubble-strewn roads - and winds - some broken tree branches - testified Saturday to the storm's passing.

Forecast for the week

Sunday : High of 75 with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms between noon and 10 p.

Lori Turner submitted this photo of the skies in Shrewsbury Friday.
Lori Turner submitted this photo of the skies in Shrewsbury Friday. (SUBMITTED)
m. Low of 54.

Monday: High of 74 with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms from noon into the night. Low of 53.

Tuesday: High of 69. Partly sunny with a 40 percent chance of daytime showers dropping to 30 percent at night. Low of 52.

Wednesday: High of 70, mostly sunny with a 30 percent chance of showers. Low of 53.

Thursday: High near 72 and mostly sunny turning to partly cloudy with a low of 55.

Friday: High near 73 and mostly sunny turning to partly cloudy with a low of 55.

Saturday: High near 77 and mostly sunny.

Source: National Weather Service in State College, Pa.

Friday's rainfall

York City - 1.26 inches

Hanover - 1.41 inches

York Haven - 1.71 inches

York Airport, Thomasville - 1.43 inches

Southeastern York County - 3 plus inches

Sources: National Weather Service in State College, Pa. and AccuWeather.com

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