The National Weather Service has wiped out a tornado look for Western New York.
The tornado watch had been issued for all of Western New York until 9 p.m.
The watch, issued by the National Weather Service, implied tornadoes were conceivable.
There were reports of overwhelming downpours and brought down trees crosswise over Western New York, including fallen trees on West Becker Road and Collins Center Zoar Road in Collins.
Concord district: heavy winds and rains have toppled trees along West Becker and Zoar. EC Crews in route. Please use caution.
— Erie County DPW (@ErieCountyDPW) August 22, 2017
The watch had likewise secured the Finger Lakes, focal and northern New York, northern Pennsylvania and part of Vermont.
Tornado Watch in effect until 9 pm this evening. Damaging straight-line winds are also a major concern for this afternoon and evening. pic.twitter.com/kf0DGSArkw
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) August 22, 2017