FROM THE EYEWITNESS NEWS WEATHER LAB ( WKBW / National Weather Service) The National Weather Service in Buffalo, N.Y. has confirmed a tornado with an initial touchdown near Paynesville in Allegany County, N.Y. around 11:05p.m. Sunday night June 27th.
The tornado continued eastward for at least 5 miles before lifting approximately 2 miles south of Whitesville.
One large barn was toppled over. Two other smaller barn-like structures were destroyed. Numerous trees, power poles, and wires were also downed.
The tornado was rated an EF1 with estimated win speeds of 100 to 110MPH. The track length of the tornado was at least 5 miles with a maximum path width of 100 yards.
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