Homeowner Jim Marshall, right, talks with tree trimmer Philip Schonberg as the two assess the damage around Marshall's property caused by the storm late Wednesday night. Marshall's home went virtually untouched, but the majority of his trees were significantly damaged.
Homeowner Tara Stucky walks around her property, past an elm tree that fell on her home near the intersection of North 900 and East 1600 Roads during Wednesday night's storm.
Linnae Custer, left, and Nikie Vantuyl walk around Jim Marshall's property near the intersection of North 900 and East 1600 Roads. Vantuyl and Marshall were woken by a late-night storm Wednesday that damaged most of the trees on their property.
This elm tree on the property of Jason and Tara Stucky near the intersection of North 900 and East 1600 Roads was uprooted during a storm that hit late Wednesday night.
A truck owned by Jim Marshall sits underneath a tree pulled down by strong winds during Wednesday night's storm.
A tree in Jim Marshall's front yard was snapped at its base because of strong winds during a late-night storm Wednesday.
Jim Marshall surveys the damage around his home with Newton Mulford of Mulford's Tree Service on Thursday at his home near the intersection of North 900 and East 1600 Roads. Although his home went virtually untouched by the storm, most of the trees on his property were significantly damaged from high winds in Wednesday night's storm.