On Sunday morning, if you drove down Genesee Street in Cheektowaga toward the 33, you may have seen this strange thing in the sky. What do you think this is in the sky?

At first, I assumed it was an air stream from a plane or something. You probably thought that too.

Though, there were two reasons that made me think otherwise:

  1. It was directly ACROSS the street from the airport. If it were a plane, wouldn't it have been on the north side of Genesee where the airport is? This wasn't where the airport was.
  2. I started showing this picture to some people at the Buffalo Bisons game and some suggested that because the weather was muggy, the air pressure was unusual and the airstream may be weather related.

Does anyone else think that this may be weather related? Is it just an airstream from a plane? What do you think?

EXTRA: There were two different tornados that have been officially recognized by the National Weather Service in New York State. Last week there was one in Java, New York. The tornado was confirmed as a F2 tornado that lasted around 15 minutes and grew to be around 500 yards. Tornados do occasionally happen in the state of New York. Here are 5 of the most deadly tornados to ever touch down in our state.

Strongest Tornados To Ever Touch Down In New York State

Generally speaking, tornadoes aren't a common occurrence in New York state. Tornados do still happen. Here's a look at some of the strongest storms:

LOOK: Exclusive Photos After EF-1 Tornado Blows Through Westernville NY

On July 8, 2021, a tornado touched down at Woods Valley Ski Area and then twisted its way northeast into downtown Westernville. The tornado caused considerable damage along Main Street. Roofs were blown off houses, trees were uprooted, there were downed powerlines and they were without power for days. Thankfully there were no fatalities. Here we have exclusive photos that show the scary strength of the storm.

Tornado Strikes Saratoga County in 2020