Severe thunderstorms packing golf ball-sized hail, gusty winds and flooding rainfall marched through portions of Pennsylvania and Ohio on Sunday. FOX Weather Correspondent Katie Byrne has the latest developments from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

PITTSBURGH – The second weekend of April ended on a stormy note across the with late-day marching through and .

A dropping southward out of the Great Lakes region led to the development of a west-to-east-oriented line of showers and storms late Sunday afternoon across portions of the interior Northeast and upper Ohio Valley. The thunderstorms pushed southward into the evening hours. The FOX Forecast Center said the greatest threats would be golf ball- to lime-sized , gusts over 60 mph and a possible or two.

The National Weather Service of large hail and gusty winds or wind damage from eastern Ohio through Pennsylvania.

A trained spotter collected half-dollar-sized hailstones in , Pennsylvania. The NWS office in received reports of up to across Lawrence and Butler counties in western Pennsylvania. The office also reported hail covering the ground in , Ohio, after five minutes of continuous hail.

Straight-line winds toppled two 80-foot-tall pine trees in , Pennsylvania, knocking down power lines. At one point Sunday evening, almost 21,000 homes and businesses were without power in Pennsylvania, with more than 10,000 power outages reported in Ohio.

Large hail fell in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, April 14, 2024.

(National Weather Service)

On Sunday, NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center had posted a of for portions of western, central and northeastern Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio. This included some larger cities, such as , , and in Pennsylvania and and in Ohio.

The severe storm threat on Sunday, April 14, 2024.
(FOX Weather)