Residents living in the tornado-hit town of Rugby talk about the damage and chaos it caused.
A Rugby resident has described the moment a tornado hit the town.
She said: "the wind was blowing around the garden and everything was flying around with it".
The Met Office has confirmed that it's likely a tornado did hit the town last night.
Dozens of reports of a funnel cloud were reported at around 6pm last night in Rugby.
A spokesman for the Met Office said “A funnel cloud is a rotating column of air coming down from a thunder cloud.
– Met Office
“If they don’t hit the ground then it remains a funnel cloud. If the funnel cloud hits the ground then it becomes a tornado at that point.
“Having looks at the pictures of the damage we can see the cloud did hit the ground and it became a tornado. The damage is consistent with a tornado.”
Rugby council say that the Met Office have confirmed that it was a tornado that hit Rugby last night.
Rugby council say residents were offered alternative accommodation last night but this was not needed.
Workers are on site today assessing damage and facilitating repairs to decide whether residents will need re-housing.
Homeowners are being advised to liaise with their insurance companies.
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Police officers attended the damaged buildings but there are no reports of any injuries to residents at any of the properties.
Andrew Sheriff's garden shed, now in the lane at the back of his house.
Louise Trezise of Wentworth Road in Rugby looks at the contents of her garden shed and her neighbours trampoline, that has travelled across four gardens.
Damage caused after high winds hit Rugby in Warwickshire yesterday evening.