By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

DYER, Ind. (CBS) — Dangerous storms ripped down trees as they moved through Northwest Indiana on Saturday afternoon.

Around 2:15 p.m., a tornado warning was issued for Lake County, Indiana and adjacent parts of Cook and Will counties. A funnel cloud with a possible tornado was confirmed over Crete, and the storm moved across Northwest Indiana from Dyer to Gary.

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Steve Patterson supplied CBS 2 was with these photos of serious tree damage in at U.S. 30 and Castlewood Drive in Dyer.

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Dyer, Indiana Storm Damage

(Credit: Steve Patterson)

Dyer, Indiana Storm Damage

(Credit: Steve Patterson)

Dyer, Indiana Storm Damage

(Credit: Steve Patterson)

This warning was preceded by an earlier tornado warning that affected the city of Chicago directly, as well as others in Will and Grundy counties.

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All this comes just six days after a storm produced three tornadoes this past Sunday night – including an EF-3 tornado that caused extensive damage in west suburban Woodridge and Naperville.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff