Severe weather once again rolled through Western New York Tuesday, sending Niagara County into a state of emergency. That included a travel ban for all areas in the county. 

The travel ban has since been lifted, expiring at 1 a.m. on Wednesday. However, the Niagara County Sheriff's Office is asking drivers to use caution as some roads may still be flooded.

The state of emergency will continue for storm related cleanup efforts.

Flash flood warnings for central and southern Niagara County, as well as northeastern Erie County, expired late Tuesday night.

In Lockport, there were reports of hail and widespread flash flooding due to heavy rain.