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Overnight storms leave behind damage in West Michigan

Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for Van Buren and Kent Counties, but the storms widespread and affected counties along the lakeshore.

Storms swept through West Michigan Monday night into Tuesday morning, leaving behind downed treed and power outages.

Monday evening, severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for Van Buren and Kent Counties, but the storms widespread and affected counties along the lakeshore.

According to the Consumers Energy Outage Map, more than 7,160 costumers were without power following the storms. Allegan County had the most outages, with 3,231 costumers without power. That number was followed by Ottawa County, with 1,063 costumers without power.

The storms also left behind some downed trees. A viewer sent in the following photos of a tree down on a house on 29th Street in Holland.  

Credit: Viewer
Damage from storm in Holland Credit: Viewer