Plainfield Patch readers were reporting downed trees, siding damage and patio furniture tossed about by high winds after an early morning storm Tuesday.
According to ComEd, more than 100 Plainfield residents were without power following the storm, and more than 5,000 Will County customers were affected by power loss early Tuesday.
The power supplier did not release an estimated time for power restoration and said it was assessing damage in the Plainfield area.
According to the National Weather Service in Romeoville, a trained weather spotter clocked winds of 65 mph in Plainfield.
“We had a couple trees down, nothing major,” he said. “Everything’s open for us.”
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