After Baranya county, the storm also caused serious damage in Tolna and Bács-Kiskun counties: forty from Baranya, fifty from Bács-Kiskun, and twenty-five reports from Tolna by night. In the last two counties, firefighters from Baja and Bátaszék were most often called, mainly to trees leaning on power lines and roads, to broken roofs. In Bátaszék, the storm tore off the power line in Garay Street, in Béla Somogyi Street, the roof of a house was broken, and a roof and gas pipeline were damaged by the wind. Also in Bátaszék, in József Attila street, a light pole was broken, while in Ferenc street, the telephone cable was broken by the storm. The section of the main road 56 between Bátaszék and Várdomb has thickened tree branches that hinder traffic.
The other focal point of the storm was the city of Baja, from where requests for help were burrowed to the firefighters: a tree fell on the house in Harmat Street, while in the IV. Charles blocked the road under the Danube bridge on the quay. Firefighters were asked for help from Táncsics Mihály Street because the storm overturned a chimney and a roof was broken down in Érsekcsanádi Street. There have also been a number of reports of fallen trees and thick branches blocking Highway 51.