It's been two weeks since a devastating and deadly storm hit the Hudson Valley.

On Tuesday May 15th, it was confirmed that 4 tornadoes touched down in the Hudson Valley. Ulster and Orange County saw some serious damage as did southern Dutchess County.

Trees were uprooted and Hudson Valley residents were without power for several days.

It was announced last week that financial assistance would be available for those who saw damages from the storm according to The Town of New Windsor website.

Dutchess County residents were also eligible for financial assistance. If you were effected by the damaging storm you may be able to see some recovery funds assistance.

DutchessCounty.Gov is encouraging southern Dutchess residence in the Town of Fishkill, Village of Fishkill, Town of East Fishkill,Town of Wappinger,  Village of Wappingers Falls and the City of Beacon to fill out the Physical Disaster form.

These forms must be submitted by Tuesday, May 29th.

According to the website these forms will help you get potential financial assistance with damage done from the storm. Dutchess County explains the information on storm damage will be collected and "Residents and businesses are encouraged to report estimates of damage and loss, which will then be submitted to the New York State Department of Homeland Security-Emergency Management."