Trees were uprooted and power was cut for large numbers of people after a destructive derecho storm that included at least one tornado blew through Chicago on August 10.
The National Weather Service urged residents to take cover as a dangerous line of storms that included winds of more than 70 mph hit the city.
This video shows a detached garage lifted off the ground after the storm uprooted a tree on West Eddy Street in Chicago on Monday afternoon.
Chicago electric utility ComEd reported over 635,000 customers being affected by the storm, which it said featured over 4,000 lightning strikes. Almost half of the customers had their power restored by Tuesday morning. Credit: Scott Changnon via Storyful