PHOTOS: Big storm system moves through Hampton Roads, causes damage

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Courtesy of Tiffany Foreman in Lake James

Courtesy of Tiffany Foreman in Lake James

Courtesy of Tiffany Foreman in Lake James

A view of the storm from the Grassfield area of Chesapeake 

Courtesy of Tony Jucha   

Courtesy of Catherine Parment of Suffolk 

Courtesy of Catherine Parment of Suffolk 

Courtesy of Catherine Parment of Suffolk 

Courtesy of Tony Jucha 

Courtesy of James Tice of Suffolk 

Courtesy of James Tice of Suffolk 

Courtesy of James Tice of Suffolk 

Lightning strikes on Dam Neck Road in Virginia Beach. (Viewer photo.)

 

Trees snapped at Wilroy Road and Portsmouth Blvd. in downtown Suffolk. Some trees were reportedly ripped from the ground in the area. (Debbie Strickland photo) 

The storm from the Walmart in Chesapeake's Grassfield area. (Paul Phillips photo)

The storm moves through near the Grassfield area of Chesapeake (Tara Stuekerjuergen photo)

The storm near the Grassfield area of Chesapeake. (Molly Aay Bee photo)

The storm around 7:20 p.m. on the High Rise Bridge going toward Deep Creek. (Brittany Dolan photo) 

Clouds over a home in Greenbrier

A view of the storm from the Armada Hoffler Tower in Town Center as the storm moved across Virginia Beach. 

The storm from the Abermarle Canal Bridge on Route 168 in Currituck County

Storm approaches Landstown in Virginia Beach (Spot On Weather image)

Storm clouds from the Gilmerton Bridge in Chesapeake 

Downtown Suffolk before Saturday's storms came through. 

Storm damage off of Elizabeth Street and Constance Road in Suffolk (Angela Roe photo) 

Clouds in Suffolk near White Marsh.