Thunderstorms are firing up in the Finger Lakes this afternoon. Those heading outdoors are urged to use caution, as the National Weather Service issued warnings for a couple storms that passed through Yates, Seneca, and Cayuga counties during the afternoon.
While no watches have been issued for the entire region, thunderstorms have been popping up for the last few days as an unstable air mass sits over the region.
We’ll provide updates below as new information comes from the National Weather Service:
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Cayuga County.
The storm moving through Cayuga County, which was located near Seneca Falls and Canoga was capable of producing quarter-sized hail and strong winds. The National Weather Service says the storm is moving east at about 20 mph, which will put it well into Cayuga County by 12:50 pm.
That is the only severe-warned storm at this time.
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