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Severe thunderstorms are expected to impact much of the Northeast this afternoon and into the evening, the National Weather Service at State College said today.

York County remains under a severe thunderstorm watch until 8 p.m.

Meteorologist Paul Head said a line of severe thunderstorms will move across the state's southern counties this afternoon after earlier storms to the north produced golfball-sized hail.

"The storms will move east/northeast over the next couple of hours," he said. "These storms have the potential to cause hail and can produce winds of up to 60 mph."

— Reach John Joyce atjjoyce2@yorkdispatch.comor on Twitter at @JohnJoyceYD.

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