WESTERN NEW YORK – A number of severe thunderstorms moved across most of Western New York Friday night.
The main threat was from damaging straight-line winds and a possible spin-up tornado.
Radar captured what appears to have been a BWER (bounded weak echo region) south of Cuba, NY during the Allegany County #TornadoWarning earlier this evening. Donut holes in radar Reflectivity often is indicative of tornadic updrafts. @WNYNewsNow @NWSBuffalo #nywx pic.twitter.com/fg7HBwc9vC
— Dakota Hunter (@HuntersWx) September 22, 2018
Multiple Severe Thunderstorm Warnings were issued and a Tornado Warning north of Olean was in effect from 6:48 to 7:30 p.m. No word if an actual tornado touched down.
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