People in Pennsylvania are picking up the pieces after severe storms over the weekend

09.19.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Officials in the northwestern part of the state reported downed trees, wires-and even a barn.  The national weather service is trying to determine if a tornado or a down burst went through warren county Saturday night.

In central Pennsylvania, heavy winds toppled trees and power lines, closing roads and knocking out electricity to thousands south of Williamsport.

The damage is so severe-classes in the Muncy School District are cancelled today.  An area man said it sounded like a freight train coming through.

The Muncy Borough is asking all residents to remain in their homes while PPL works to restore power.