Among the worst hit areas are Gorham, Victor, East Bloomfield and Canandaigua.

Emergency and highway crews responding to hot spots from Sunday storm are battling flooded basements, water over roads and debris in parts of Ontario County. Among the worst hit areas are Gorham, Victor, East Bloomfield and Canandaigua. Reports of flooding troubles on Ontario Street in Canandaigua also.

A sampling of weather-related calls reported to Ontario County Emergency Management Monday morning:

In Canandaigua: Transformer was down behind the Gateway Grille on Mill Street.

In Victor: Flooding problems in vicinity of East Street and Ambassador Drive; water in road in the village, Tareyton Drive. People reporting sewage smell in village.

Fire crews also knocked down a basement fire on Shire Lane, though not clear whether this was weather related.

In town of Seneca: a transformer caught fire on Olson Road.

In Farmington: Cables were down on Crowley Road.

Power outages were reported early Monday morning in part of Monroe and Ontario County. Many customers were restored by shortly before 10 a.m., though RG&E reported 627 customers still without power in Monroe County; 216 in Ontario and in Wayne County, 58 without power.

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The sold-out Sam Hunt concert at Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center is on, even as Sunday afternoon torrential downpour flooded areas of Canandaigua including near the concert venue on Finger Lakes Community College campus.

At the parking lot at Inn on the Lake in the city employees were seen mopping up water, some city streets and yards flooded including on Fort Hill and West Avenues. The corner of Mohawk and Canandaigua Avenues in the city was among a number of areas hit. On the lake’s east side in Gorham some residents were up to their knees in water. 

Many people posted photos on Facebook and Twitter of flooding. Canandaigua High School Principal Vernon Tenney posted a photo of his lakefront property on Twitter, remarking: “I always wanted waterfront property but not like this . Just saying.”

CMAC alerted patrons to stay in their cars until 6 p.m. as officials dealt with the flooding aftermath. Traffic was back up on Routes 5 and 20 and Lakeshore Drive. 

Storms came through Western New York on Sunday, bringing flooding, heavy rains, and even a funnel cloud.

According to news partner News10NBC, a funnel cloud was reported around 4:07 p.m. in Wyoming County with images sent in from several locations. According to the National Weather Service in Buffalo, no damage has been reported and they are currently classifying it as a funnel cloud.

Watch for updates on storm damage and response.