BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Tree damage and power outages accompanied a High Wind Warning that was in place for Western New York Sunday.
As of 10 a.m. Monday there are around 1,000 Western New Yorkers without power; the majority in Erie, Niagara, Genesee and Orleans counties. National Grid said it has restored power to more than 92% of its nearly 24,000 customers impacted.
On Cold Springs Road near the cemetery in Lockport high winds brought down power lines and started small fire. Thanks to Stephen Wallace for sharing. If you can do so safely, share your photos and videos using #SeeItOn7. pic.twitter.com/MnwzcHB4RP— 7 News WKBW (@WKBW) March 6, 2022
Thanks to a viewer for sending this photo in. A tree has come down on Harvey Avenue in Lockport. A High Wind Warning remains in place through 6 p.m. for WNY. #SeeItOn7 MORE: https://t.co/PkKSfSNHWb pic.twitter.com/wocLzYlX6g— 7 News WKBW (@WKBW) March 6, 2022