Tornado Tracker | Tornado Struck Suburban Chicago: Officers said that a radar tornado hit villages in the heavily populated Chicago suburb, damaging over 100 homes, destroying trees, knocking out power, and caused several wounds.
Tornado Tracker | Tornado Struck Suburban Chicago
In Naperville, 16 homes were left “uninhibited,” and a reported tornado damaged dozens after 11 p.m. Sunday; the municipal spokesperson Linda LaCloche, at least five people, including a listed woman in a critical situation, were hospitable.
However, By 5 a.m. on Monday, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) west of Chicago, more than 120 further reports of property damage were received, and those were expected to grow as people surveyed storm damage. In addition, there have been about 450 power outages.
Lacloche said Monday morning, “We are lucky it’s not getting worse. “We have lots of electricity poles and tree damage down.”
The video showed some large trees and the damage caused by the storm to houses and vehicles. In Naperville, some gas leaks also seen and crews went door-to-door, she said.
Destroying Of Strom
A tornado hit late Sunday, officials in Woodridge’s nearby village said, the damage was there is underway. There are not any data of significant injuries in the community, but people are avoiding the area due to down power lines and trees. The storm destroyed Bridget Casey’s Woodridge’s second floor. She sat in a driveway lawn chair before Monday sunrise. Her son, Nate Casey, 16, said he watched TV and ran to help his mother get his three younger siblings to the basement.
And “I just heard a loud crash, “Oh, what’s up to my brothers?” Then, I hear my brothers screaming from the room, “He told Sun-Times Chicago.
Matt Friedlein, a meteorologist with Romeoville, Illinois’ National Weather Service, said a weather service team. It would survey storm damage Monday to determine the strength and path of the reported tornado. He tells the same storm believes rolling through Naperville, Woodridge, and Darien and may damages Burr Ridge, about 32 kilometers southwest of Chicago, as well.
The threat of wind damage lasted for a couple of hours as the storm line moved over the north and south of Illinois, predictors said. Finally, at 2 a.m. local time, the severe threat declares.
Heavy storms strike other parts in the midwest, where several buildings damage and trees knuckling down in eastern Iowa on Sunday night by the tornado. In rural areas near Bernard, most storm damages are reporting. There have been no reported injuries.
Severe thunderstorms led to raging winds in parts of Michigan late Sunday and early Monday. And the thunderstorm in Missouri struck by strong winds, which slammed trees and power lines late Sunday and early Monday.