Power was restored to most of DeKalb County by Monday morning, with Commonwealth Edison reporting that about 100 customers were still without power around noon.
Thunderstorms that rolled through the area during the afternoon and evening hours Sunday, knocking down treelimbs and uprooting trees in yards also left more than 2,000 ComEd customers without power.
The National Weather Service said there were no tornadoes reported in DeKalb Sunday, but many called in to report seeing funnel clouds, said Kevin Donofrio, spokesman for the weather service office in Romeoville.
There is more severe weather expected in the coming days, including over the Fourth of July holiday. Temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s and more thunderstorms are predicted for Tuesday into Wednesday night.
Source: The Daily Chronicle