A fast moving line of thunderstorms made a mess in the village of Waddington Monday night.
7 News reporter John Friot, on scene, found trees uprooted, parts of roofs blown off and power lines down.
Power was still out in parts of the village after 9 pm. National Grid crews were working to restore electricity, Friot reported.
One eyewitness told Friot he saw two large cloud cells converge over the St. Lawrence River moments before the storm blew into the village.
No one was injured, as far as we could tell Monday night.
Here's some iPhone video of the damage John recorded:
Tuesday, February 9, 2016, Watertown, NY
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