CENTRAL NEW YORK -- Severe weather rocked Central New York on Labor Day. A line of storms from the North Country to the Southern Tier came barreling through.
In Clay, the blustery winds ripped part of a tree and collapsed it onto a house along Soule Road.
Thousands of people were left without power and most of those outages were in the Mohawk Valley. According to National Grid, more than 8,000 customers were in the dark at the height of the storm in Oneida County.