Mother Nature showed no mercy Tuesday night as another series of summer storms ripped through the Chicago area.
And it's believed that lightning was the cause of a couple of fires.
It's believed lightning struck a home in southwest suburban Frankfort and sparked a rooftop fire at around 11:43 p.m.
In Naperville, lightning is blamed for starting a 10:05 p.m. fire at a house at 1106 Augustana Dr. in the western suburb, according to a release from the Naperville Fire Department.
The fire was controlled in about 15 minutes, but caused more than $150,000 damage and left the home uninhabitable, the release said.
Nobody was injured.