I found a rather interesting winter weather event from 2016, on 12/15/2016, a lake-snow effect band was ravaging the southwest shore of Lake Ontario. What was unusual about this band was that it was a prolific snow-tornado producer. At least three landfalling snow-spouts struck the area around Oswego NY. The first one struck the Oswego Lighthouse where a weather station was located. The station recorded an 84 mph wind gust as the snow-spout passed over it. The second one struck two homes in Scriba NY, reportedly blowing the roof off of them. The third snow-spout struck the Brennan Beach RV park where it lofted multiple RVs. It does make me wonder if damaging snow-spouts are more common than commonly thought and are another risk lake-effect snow bands cause.