Damage reports across the area from morning severe weather

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WILKES-BARRE, PA (WBRE/WYOU) – The Eyewitness Weather team is tracking storms, as local counties are under flood advisories and flood watches.

Several strong to severe thunderstorms have already moved through our area this morning leaving behind flooding and wind damage across the area.

Street flooding, flooded basement, and high water were reported in parts of the Northern Tier in Susquehanna County.

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Wind damage and flooding were reported in parts of central PA including Montour County where there are multiple trees down and a report of flooding at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville.

In Northumberland County, the Point Township Drive-in Theater where a screen was blown over by strong wind.

Legion Road was also closed in Columbia County as crews worked to remove a downed tree and power lines. It has since reopened.

Slow moving showers and storms could still cause minor flooding across the area through our afternoon. Any thunderstorm could also bring a gusty wind along with it.

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