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Reports of damage across DMV region after severe storms roll through Wednesday

Take a look at the weather damage from Wednesday morning's storm in the region.

WASHINGTON — Strong and severe thunderstorms moved across the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area on Wednesday morning causing reports of several damages, including downed trees.

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings issued Wednesday morning for major counties -- Prince George's County, Montgomery County, and D.C. -- expired around 9 a.m.

The storms overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning caused downed trees in areas across D.C., Fairfax County, Va., Arlington County, Va., Carroll County, Md., and southwest Pennsylvania.  

D.C. police reported multiple downed trees in upper Northwest D.C. 

First responders dealt with a number of calls for wires and trees that came down in the American University Park neighborhood and nearby, police said.

One tree fell on a house in the 4500 block of 43rd Place.

D.C. police asked residents in the area to treat all downed wires as if they were on and to not approach.

A downed tree on Brandywine Street and 45th Street has also caused road closures in the area.

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Downed trees on 45th Street Brandywine

A large tree fell on Massachusetts Avenue and Newport Street in Bethesda, Maryland, damaging several cars.

A tree was also uprooted and fell into a house on 45th and Hawthrone NW while also knocking over a power line.

Pepco, which services D.C. and parts of southern Maryland, as of 7:30 a.m. reported several dozen outages impacting several hundred customers. Here's a map of outages in the area.

Virginia's Dominion Energy as of 7:30 a.m. reported more than 7,000 customers without power. Here's their outage map

No injuries have been reported.

The brunt of the storm cleared out by 9 a.m. Wednesday. The rest of the day is breezy and warm with spotty showers.

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