Clean-up crews prepare for second round of storms

Posted at 6:36 PM, Jun 27, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-27 19:37:02-04

Nearly a week and a half since the June 16th storm, tree removal services are still chipping away at what's left of debris. 

"There's still a lot of dangerous trees out there right now that could fall," said Daniel Sundermeier, licensed arborist and owner of American Arborist.

"I think we'll still see damage in trees into next year and it was bad enough of a storm that people maybe don't have the finances to get this taken care care of unless there's damage to cars or houses or personal property,"said Sundermeier. "Often times, insurance doesn't pay for the cost of removing trees."

He says he hasn't seen damage like this in eight years of business. 

And Mother Nature is showing no sign of letting up. She's bringing another round of severe storms Tuesday night around midnight, that'll pack a punch. 

"I think this is going to widespread wind we're talking 60, locally maybe 80, 90 mile per hour winds," said 3 News Now Meteorologist Ryan McPike. "We've got a lot of weak structures. We're still rebuilding from the last couple...especially what we saw 10 days ago, you've got trees not only with the rain but previous damaged by a similar wind situation."