It came from the west and the south and quickly marched through Columbus.
About a half hour before the storm hit Franklin County, it was on the horizon in Madison County.
There were heavy wind and a light rain that intensified when the storms went further east.
In German Village, an old tree at Jackson and Fifth didn’t stand a chance.
It was already marked to be taken out, but it did it on its own time tonight.
This ivy covered tree went over onto a power line and a roof–and resident John Kuijper said the ivy was an indicator of how unhealthy the tree was.
“When there’s ivy growing up your trees you gotta know when to address it, definitely call an arborist if you see something like this going on in your trees because the ivy will reach in to the core of the tree and eventually rot it from the inside out,” he said.
The march came to Livingston and Hamilton roads; Livingston had to be closed for awhile because of the utility poles hanging dangerously low.
In Bexley, tornado sirens were blaring and trees came down.
The Bexley fire department had to cut down some of the trees.
Then came the second round of storms.
This one was very wet, but not as wild.
In Clintonville part of the streets became down spouts as the downpours came and went.