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updated 1:36 PM UTC, May 26, 2018

Ten Tornadoes Confirmed In East, Northeast Wisconsin

  • Written by Wheeler
  • Published in News

The National Weather Service has confirmed ten tornadoes from Wednesday afternoon in eastern and northeast Wisconsin.

They landed in Brown, Outagamie, Winnebago, Green Lake, and Shawano counties between 1:45 and four p-m. Eight tornadoes have been categorized as "E-F Zero" and "E-F One" storms, with peak winds of 60 to 90 miles-an-hour -- and one near Appleton damaged two industrial buildings and some other structures, while a twister at Pulaski destroyed a barn and damaged two garages. Numerous tree damage was also reported. Meanwhile, thunderstorms hit parts of Wisconsin for the fifth day in a row -- this time in the far south, where trees and power lines fell late Thursday night in parts of Green and Lafayette counties in the Browntown and South Wayne areas.


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Partly Cloudy

Humidity: 32%

Wind: 11 mph

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