On the night of November 22, 2010 violent thunderstorms erupted from Chicago, IL to Springfield, MO. These storms raged into November 23, 2010 and downed trees and power lines with some wind gusts in excess of 60mph. Some of the hail that fell was as big at golf balls, causing massive damage to parked cars and car lots housing used and new autos, resulting in millions of dollars of damage to windshield and car bodies. Torrential downpours plagued the Chicago area with more than an inch of rain, triggering flash flooding. Tornadoes tore through northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, heavily damaging several buildings. Three people were injured from damage several miles east of Loves Park, IL.
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