Seneca Falls, N.Y.- The National Weather Service believes a 90 mph microburst caused isolated damage to parts of Seneca County on Tuesday.
Storm crews visited Fayette, Waterloo, and Seneca Falls Wednesday to look at the storm damage.
A preliminary report indicates a microburst brought hail, took down trees and power lines in several areas.
Seneca County officials declared a state of emergency in Seneca Falls, Fayette and Waterloo because of the damage.
The path of the storm moved Southwest to Northeast.
Some areas the team visited Wednesday include Route 96A and Post Road where winds leveled a Mennonite barn.
Neighbors worked today to repair what was left of the barn.
So much hail hit a home in Fayette that the siding was covered in what looked like thousands of holes.
"The hail was bombarding, just pounding away and pounding away, and pounding away at the house here," Teresa DeMonstoy said about experiencing Tuesday's hail storm.
Storm surveyors also visited Christler Road and Route 96, and County House Road at Route 414 where a tree was damaged.
NYSEG is still working to restore power to customers in Seneca County.