High winds caused some high waves and more frustration for people in Hamburg.
Another wind storm swept through Western New York, causing even more damage to homeowners in Hamburg.
Chris Mattioli owns a house right along the lake and he says between four different storms since October, he’s racked up $250,000 worth of damages.
"It's discouraging no doubt and flood insurance is very limiting in what it covers,” said Mattioli. “But any exterior damage is not covered by flood insurance, so there are big gaps for things we will be compensated for that's damaged."
He’s lived in this house since 2012 and Mattioli says he’s never had to deal with damage like this before. He blames lake levels.
"We've had storms in the past, but nothing on this level. The same storm can create a massive flood where 5 or 6 years ago it would've been minor splashing."
President Donald Trump issued a disaster declaration for 18 counties in New York, including Erie County, following Halloween's windstorm.
This means the government would offer financial assistance to local towns like Hamburg to help with clean-up efforts.
But Hamburg Town Supervisor Jim Shaw says they haven't received confirmation of that money yet, and as homeowners like Mattoili are still recovering from October’s storm, this new storm will only add to the costs.
"It's not nearly as bad as it was on October the 31st, but it's a real problem,” said Shaw. “We need some solutions to mitigate problems moving forward. This is tough stuff for people."
Shaw says the town applied for a FEMA mitigation grant in hopes that someday they can build revetments, or break walls, out in the water to break the force of the waves.
But until then, there's not much neighbors can do.
"Storm season is not over yet, so there could be more,” said Mattioli.