People were hard at work in the Maple Street area, clearing the rubble from damaged buildings, as well as downed trees.
Buildings were destroyed, numerous trees knocked down, and roads closed in Conway, where an EF-1 tornado hit Saturday.
A look at the damage from an EF-1 tornado that touched down in Conway on February 25, 2017.
The five-mile long, 200-yards wide tornado traveled through Conway Saturday after briefly touching down in Goshen.
Wind gusts were estimated to be from 100-110 mph in the areas of Main Poland Road and Whately Road.
The tornado destroyed homes, knocked out power, and had town officials working through the night to assess the damage.
The tree is leaning on charged power lines, which means the removal of the tree will have to be coordinated with the power company.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that it was a tornado that caused the destruction in Conway.
Roofs were ripped off several homes, downed trees and power lines covered roadways.
At around 10PM Friday night on Turners Falls Road, two cars collided head on and then a third vehicle struck those vehicles.
Utility trucks lined the center of town with emergency management, and a state police helicopter surveying the damage from above.
The chance of having a February thunderstorm is rare, but not out of the question.
Record warm temperature brought strong winds, heavy downpours and thunderstorms to the western Massachusetts area.
At the peak of Saturday’s strong thunderstorms about 4,000 customers were in the dark.
Some heavy rain moved through western Massachusetts Saturday evening.
The Franklin County Jail has been working with the federal government to house illegal immigrants.
Excitement is growing over construction of a new pedestrian bridge in Montague. 22News explains when the project is expected to be finished.
Keep your dogs and cats indoors or on a leash outside, because the skunks are out. Skunks are leaving their habitats looking for mates.
High pressure explains why we are dealing with temperatures that are well above-average.
It felt like spring today, with temperatures in the 60s and riders and skiers were loving it at Berkshire East.