For six straight days strong storms have hit at least some areas of Wisconsin. Trees and powerlines were knocked down overnight into Wednesday, interrupting electric service to about 180 thousand customers in southeastern Wisconsin. Weather observers confirmed two tornadoes touched down in west-central and northeastern parts of the state. One destroyed the Norwalk Sportsman’s Club building with winds in excess of 100 miles an hour. Tornado warnings were issued for Juneau, Monroe, Iowa, Dane, and Marathon counties. Weather problems last night were limited to hail and some flooding. No serious injuries have been reported, but a lot of damage was done.