At the seaside resort of Ostend part of a block of flats that was under construction collapsed and a neighbour was injured when the wall of her adjoining flat fell on top of her.
In Bruges a tree that was struck by lightning fell down. The tree fell on a house, but nobody was injured.
In Jabbeke the wall of another block of flats under construction was blown away.
In East Flanders a cyclist, who only had to make a 200 metre journey, was hurt by a fallen limb. He sustained injuries to his collar bone and shoulder. Trees were blown down in Deinze, Aalter, Assenede and Eeklo. In Ursel lightning struck the chimney of a house.
In Antwerp special transports on the roads had to be delayed for a day including a transport billed as 'the biggest transport of all time'. The parts were needed for a project by oil giant Total.
In Wallonia flash floods occurred in Tournai and Mouscron, where a tunnel was inundated too. In Namur Province power cables ended up on the road surface, while in Pontaury the roof of a riding school was in danger of being blown away for a while.