PHOTOS: Images of Tuesday’s late-afternoon storm

After the storms passed. a double rainbow formed. (Courtesy Erik Johnson via Twitter)
After the storms passed, a double rainbow formed in Prince Frederick. (Courtesy Erik Johnson via Twitter) (Courtesy Erik Johnson via Twitter)
A tree fell on a car in Northwest D.C. at the intersection of Emery Place NW and 41st Street. (WTOP/Dave Dildine)
A tree fell on a car in Northwest D.C. at the intersection of Emery Place NW and 41st Street. (WTOP/Dave Dildine) (WTOP/Dave Dildine)
A tree came down at 41st Street and Emery Place NW (Courtesy @dcgsquared via Twitter)
A tree came down at 41st Street and Emery Place NW (Courtesy @dcgsquared via Twitter) (Courtesy @dcgsquared via Twitter))
Aftermath of the storm in Bethesda, at the corner of Wisconsin and Woodmont. (Courtesy @jennielynnshine via Twitter)
Aftermath of the storm in Bethesda, at the corner of Wisconsin and Woodmont. (Courtesy @jennielynnshine via Twitter) (Courtesy @jennielynnshine via Twitter)
Water rushes into a Columbia Heights basement during the storm. (WTOP/Will Vitka)
Water rushes into a Columbia Heights basement during the storm. (WTOP/Will Vitka) (WTOP/Will Vitka)
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After the storms passed. a double rainbow formed. (Courtesy Erik Johnson via Twitter)
A tree fell on a car in Northwest D.C. at the intersection of Emery Place NW and 41st Street. (WTOP/Dave Dildine)
A tree came down at 41st Street and Emery Place NW (Courtesy @dcgsquared via Twitter)
Aftermath of the storm in Bethesda, at the corner of Wisconsin and Woodmont. (Courtesy @jennielynnshine via Twitter)
Water rushes into a Columbia Heights basement during the storm. (WTOP/Will Vitka)

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