Part of Ontario County is dealing with flooding as the warm and humid airmass that kept temperatures near 90 throughout the weekend — caused some heavy thunderstorms to develop Sunday afternoon and evening.Northwestern Ontario County, as well as Livingston and Monroe counties — are both in a Flash Flood Warning, which runs until 9:45 pm Sunday.Bristol, Lima, and Honeoye Falls are all listed as areas where potential flooding is possible, after extensive rainfall fell earlier in the day on Sunday. One of the more significant storms that moved through Ontario County caused extensive damage to power lines. As of 7:00 pm, around 200 customers in Ontario County were without power, according to RG&E. NYSEG reports that 59 of their customers are without power in Ontario County.In Bristol, a utility pole came down as the initial line moved through the area.
— news10nbc (@news10nbc) May 29, 2016
Powerlines are down in areas of Ontario Co. as a result of storms. This is scene along Rt 20A in Bristol. pic.twitter.com/3gZzHvVqzK
— Jordan Guerrein (@JGuerrein) May 29, 2016
Cayuga and Onondaga counties have a number of customers without power as well. In Onondaga County 2,204 customers were without power, and in Cayuga County 105 were without power. In Steuben County, where heavy rainfall prompted their own flash flood warning earlier on Sunday, 483 are currently without power.For the latest local forecast and live radar images visit the FingerLakes1.com FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center.Stay with FingerLakes1.com throughout the evening for the latest weather information from around the Finger Lakes.