LIVNGSTON COUNTY — When it was all said and done over 2000 residents in Livingston County temporarily lost power due to the high winds as result of Wednesday’s storm.
The heart of the wind storm hit at about 3 p.m. and lasted until 9 p.m. knocking down hundreds of trees, breaking telephone poles and snapping power lines.
According to the National Weather service gusts of wind gusts hit 43 mph in at the Dansville Airport. The wind was triggered by a drastic drop in temperature. The day started with temperatures recorded at 59 degrees and by 2 p.m. the temperature had dropped to 39 degrees.
Avon had a main power line go down at the Downs that at one point had 900 people without power. According to National Grid as of 5 a.m. Thursday there are still approximately 100 people without power in the Town Conesus and many others scattered around the County.
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