EASTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – Severe storms made there way through western Massachusetts Friday afternoon, leaving behind widespread damage.

For a brief time Friday afternoon, a Tornado Warning was issued for southeastern Hampden County but expired around 4:15 p.m.

Easthampton was hit pretty strongly by the storms that moved through Hampshire County. Police received multiple calls starting at around 2:25 p.m. of storm damage. According to the Easthampton Police Department, there have been no reported injuries as a result of this storm.

Reported Storm Damage:

  • Southampton: Tree down on power lines on Pomeroy Meadow Road
  • Easthampton: Trees and power lines down on Glendale Street, Gaugh Street, Davis Street, Williston Avenue and Nonotuck Park.
  • Easthampton: Tree on house on Williston Avenue.
  • Ware: Tree down on Fisherdick Road and Greenwich Plains Road. (Viewer Reported)

Driving through Easthampton, our 22News crew saw many power company trucks at work. At one point Friday afternoon, roughly 300 residents were without power.

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