Storms Cause Damage in Northeast Wisconsin

Isolated severe thunderstorms moved across north-central and far northeast Wisconsin Wednesday evening as a weak cold front passed through the state. 

Storm damage assessment teams from the NWS and emergency management investigated the damage areas and found mainly straight-line thunderstorm wind damage in southeast Oneida, northeast Langlade, southern Forest, northern Oconto, and central Marinette counties.  Additional analysis will continue in the upcoming days and the information below may be adjusted.

Here is a preliminary map and list of damage reports (updated at 11 pm 6/24/10):

Map of damage reports - Click for larger view

Time Type Location
523 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Trees and power lines down
Enterprise, Oneida Co.
525 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Trees down on Hwy G; dock and boat damaged on lake shore
Pelican Lake, Oneida Co.
530 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Trees and power lines down
5 SE Crandon, Forest Co.
545 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Trees and power lines down
2 NE Pickerel, Langlade Co.
608 pm Funnel cloud reported by law enforcement Near Carter, Forest Co.
615 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Numerous trees and power lines down
Lakewood, Oconto Co.
635 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Numerous trees down
12 WNW Crivitz, Marinette Co.
654 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Numerous trees down; several power poles snapped
Near Crivitz, Marinette Co.
805 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Numerous trees down between Egg Harbor and Baileys Harbor   
Central Door Co.
815 pm Tstorm wind damage:
Several trees down; power pole down; power out in much of town
Baileys Harbor, Door Co.
     



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