In Germany, especially in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and Hessen, the basements of some houses were flooded due to heavy rainfall, and the roads turned into a lake. In addition, trees fell on vehicles, roofs were blown off, and hail the size of tennis balls in some places caused property damage.
It was stated that especially in big cities, fire and police stations received a large number of notification calls due to adverse weather conditions.
It was stated by the German Meteorological Service that the storm, named Lambert, continued to the north and would last through the night.
Especially in some areas, a warning was given to be prepared for floods during the night.