PHOTOS: Severe thunderstorms, winds knock down trees, power lines

Photo by Aaron Stevens from Bourbon, Indiana

Photo by Aaron Stevens from Bourbon, Indiana

Photo by ABC57's Vahid Sadrzadeh from St. Joseph County

Photo from Sergeant Tony Slocum of the Indiana State Police of Fulton County

Photo from Sergeant Ted Bohner, Indiana State Police, of the St. Joseph/Elkhart county line

Photo from ABC57's Roxie Elliott from the Berrien County Courthouse

Photo by ABC57's Allison Zeithammer of SR 23 and Ironwood in South Bend

Photo by Jamie Brown, Middlebury and Goshen Avenue in Elkhart

Photo by Keith Henry from Wall Street in South Bend

Photos by St. Joseph Charter Township Fire Department/Facebook

Photos by St. Joseph Charter Township Fire Department/Facebook

Photo from Ashley McNeal

Photo by William Bryan

Photo by Ricky Joe Walser in Elkhart on Mishawaka Street

Power lines down and burning. California Road across from Elkhart High School West. Photo by Danielle Carlson.

After the storm in Warsaw. Photo by Katherine McDowell.

Tree damage in southeast Knox. Reporter 1.75" of rain. Photo and report by Wanda Landrum.

Silo down, south of Wakarusa. Photo by Meteorologist John Hammersmith

Tree and roof damage, just south of Wakarusa. Photo by Meteorologist John Hammersmith.

Roof/barn damage. South of Wakarusa. Photo by Meteorologist John Hammersmith.

Roof/barn damage. South of Wakarusa. Photo by Meteorologist John Hammersmith.

Debris in cornfield. South of Wakarusa. Photo by Meteorologist John Hammersmith.

Photo by Paul Lawson in New Carlisle

Severe weather came through Michiana Monday afternoon and brought strong winds and rain.

Power lines are down at Union Street and Dragoon Trail and at Dragoon and Ireland trails.

Multiple trees are down in Bourbon.

Approximately 28,360 I&M customers across Michiana are without power as of 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

  • Elkhart: 2,954
  • La Porte: 3,190
  • St. Joseph: 6,823
  • Berrien: 12,801
  • Cass: 2,592

As of 7 a.m. Tuesday, about 51,000 NIPSCO customers were without power across the Midwest, the company said. Nappanee is one of the most affected areas as well as much of Lake County. 

Midwest Energy & Communications has 99 customers without power, and crews will continue to work on restoration through the evening. Outages are still scattered throughout the following Michigan townships: Wayne, Volinia, Hamilton, Waverly, Flowerfield, La Grange, Lawrence, Van Buren, Porter, Keeler, Marcellus, Penn and Antwerp.

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