Lightning strikes Willis tower repeatedly (WOW!)
Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 3:29 PM -
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Who says lightning doesn't strike the same place twice?
Lightning struck the Willis Tower in Chicago several times Monday night.
A wicked line of storms barreled into the Windy City with frequent lightning, vicious winds and heavy rain. In fact, Chicago O'Hare Airport set a record for daily rainfall -- with 66 mm of rain Monday.
These storms are part of the same system that currently triggering tornado warnings in eastern Canada and Quebec.
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With files from CNN