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Monday, November 18, 2013

PHOTOS: Sunday's Storm Tears Off Roofs, Rips Up Traffic Lights, Downs Trees, Cuts Power

Posted By on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Winds downed a traffic light at Tucker and Locust in downtown St. Louis. - ALLISON BABKA
  • Allison Babka
  • Winds downed a traffic light at Tucker and Locust in downtown St. Louis.

St. Louis suffered wide-spread wind damage and power outages Sunday when a severe storm system tore through the city with heavy winds and hail.

More than 37,000 homes had power outages in the St. Louis area, Ameren Missouri reported.

Residents saw roof damage and uprooted trees across St. Louis, and a Wentzville school's roof was significantly damaged, according to the National Weather Service. Officials say there were no casualties in St. Louis.

Continue reading for more photos of Sunday's storm damage.

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