NEW LONDON (WKOW) -- Governor Scott Walker will visit northeast Wisconsin on Thursday morning to tour the storm damage after at least two powerful tornadoes hit the area.
There could be even more confirmed tornadoes on Thursday. Crews will be surveying the damage and tracing the storm's path.
Crews will evaluate whether or not tornadoes touched down in the Freedom area in Outagamie County to near Greenleaf in Brown County.
The storm blew over trees, power lines and caused damage. New London and Wrightstown were the hardest hit areas.
Governor Scott Walker will tour the damage at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in New London on Thursday. The fellowship hall of the church was flattened and the roof over the sanctuary and library was torn off. The National Weather Service confirms it was an EF-2 tornado with winds of 110 miles per hour that damaged the church.
Dozens of businesses were damaged in the tornado. Some residents in New London bought generators.
Wrightstown, New London and Appleton have shelters opened for affected homeowners. Thursday morning, the American Red Cross will distribute ice to people affected by power outages. The power outages could last a few days.
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