Residents, farmers, and businesses across parts of the Southtowns and the Southern Tier will be spending the next few days cleaning up after a swift moving storm whipped through Western New York Monday evening.
The storm packed a punch with winds whipping up to 70MPH in some areas, with heavy rains, and the threat of tornadoes in some areas.
Barns were ripped out of their foundations, with fences, trees, and powerlines toppled.
Check out the latest video in Jaclyn Asztalos' report from "Eyewitness News This Morning."
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