Confirmed tornado in Western New York Monday evening

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ALEXANDER, N.Y. (WHEC) — A tornado briefly touched down in Western New York Monday evening.

The National Weather Service confirms the EF-0 tornado had maximum wind speeds of 85 mph, was on the ground for about 3/4 mile, and was approximately 75 yards wide.

Some of the damage included two rolled trailers, removed shingles, shattered windows at a few residences, and snapped several trees. This occurred within a line of severe warned storms that also went on to produce damage in parts of Livingston and Monroe Counties.

The complete survey from the National Weather Service can be found here.