Reports of damage, possible tornado near Evansville

Reports of damage, possible tornado near Evansville

Rock County officials received reports of about 25 buildings, power lines or other structures damaged Thursday night in what officials there described as multiple tornado landfalls.

A funnel cloud forms near Evansville in this image taken Thursday night at 5:41 p.m

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As of 7:10 p.m., there were no reports of any deaths or injuries from the storm that tore through southern Wisconsin, according to Mark Eland, a shift supervisor at the Rock County 911 Center. He said there were “numerous reports of tornado and funnel cloud activity,” including Law enforcement reports a tornado touched down in several areas of the county.

NWS meteorologist Marcia Krones said she is tracking any wind circulation that might indicate a tornado, and has received reports of wind damage all the way from Albany northeast to Fort Atkinson.

She added: “There is significant damage in those areas.”

The state Department of Transportation also issued an alert Thursday night that both lanes of Interstate 14 at North Tulles Road were closed until 7:20 p.m. due to debris blocking the road. The closure was expected to last two hours.

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in Share on Xformerly known as Twitter, Sullivan Station confirmed a tornado on the ground west of Edgerton along the Dane-Rock County border at 6 p.m., but Krones said about an hour later that any confirmation of a tornado wouldn’t happen until Friday.

A video posted on Facebook, which the Wisconsin State Journal could not immediately verify, showed a large funnel cloud near Evansville.

A tornado has not been recorded in Wisconsin in February since at least 1950, when the weather service began keeping records of them.

The Weather Service issued a tornado warning at 5:50 p.m. for northern Rock County, southeastern Dane County and southwest Jefferson County until 6:30 p.m., noting that “a large and extremely dangerous tornado was located near Evansville, moving northeastward at speed.” 45 miles per hour. “.

The weather service also issued hazardous weather forecasts for 20 counties in southern Wisconsin, including Dane, Dodge, Milwaukee and Jefferson.

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