Local meteorologists have reported that a tornado has touched down in Westchester County.

According to a tweet from NBC Connecticut Meteorologist, Josh Cingranelli, a tornado debris signature confirmed that there was a tornado on the ground in New Castle, New York late Tuesday afternoon (October 2).

As NBC's chief meteorologist, Ryan Hanrahan explained in a tweet at 6:26 PM on Tuesday, the tornado debris signature is an instrument that detects debris sent into the air by a tornado into the clouds overhead.

As it stands right now, many roadways have seen fallen trees in local towns like New Canaan and Mount Kisco. Also, Metro-North has suspended sections of the Harlem Line between Chappaqua and Southeast due to downed trees across the tracks, leaving many local commuters stranded.

Currently, there is a severe thunderstorm warning in effect throughout the entire local area and meteorologist, Josh Cingranelli says that it is very possible that this storm could produce more tornadoes.

This story is developing and we'll be sure to keep you updated as more information rolls in.