By Alexandria Hoff

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A double rainbow appearing in a golden sky couldn’t mask the damage caused by a storm that rushed our region on Tuesday.

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PHOTOS: Severe Storm Hits The Delaware Valley

A massive tree managed to just barely scrape a truck in Tacony.

Credit: CBS3

The adjoining homes on the other side of Algard Street were hardly as lucky. Though the porch was nearly crushed, we’re told no one was hurt.

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Algard Street: Credit: CBS3

In nearby Fox Chase, a tree on wires led to a road closure.

Jamison, Bucks County was also dealt a severe blow after a tree crashed into the area of Swamp and Rushland Road.

Jamison, Bucks County: Credit: CBS3

But it wasn’t all just wind and rain as lightning lit up the areas darkened by power outages and around 5:30 p.m., Pottstown was battered by hail.

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During the height of the storm, PECO reported nearly 20,000 power outages.