National Weather Service investigates whether Cortlandt storm was microburst

Residents in the area had windows blown out, plants uprooted and trees across their lawns and cars.

CORTLANDT - The National Weather Service is evaluating the storm that passed through Cortlandt to determine whether it will be categorized as a microburst.

High winds and heavy rains swept through the section of Stevenson Avenue with a vengeance, knocking out electrical power to about 300 homes.

Residents in the area had windows blown out, plants uprooted and trees across their lawns and cars. Nobody was hurt.

WEATHER CENTER: Get the forecast and more

RADAR: Check current conditions

SUBMIT PHOTOS: Share weather pics

News 12 is told that power was restored to almost all of the homes in the area by late Friday afternoon.

advertisement | advertise on newsday

Newsday on social media

@Newsday

advertisement | advertise on newsday