MARQUETTE COUNTY (WKOW) -- The National Weather Service has preliminarily confirmed the storm traveling through parts of Marquette County Saturday night was a tornado.
NWS reports an estimated 3-mile path of damage south to north near the towns of Endeavor and Packwaukee.
Damage includes partial roof collapse, siding ripped off a building, 8-10 trees down, farm buildings leaning, a tree down on a car and house, a boat moved and a collapsed fence. Debris was on roads near the intersections of I-39 and Highway 23 and I-39 and Highway 82.
NWS says more information will be available Sunday about damage and a possible EF rating.
According to the Marquette County Sheriff's Office, no one was hurt.
MARQUETTE COUNTY (WKOW) -- Authorities are looking into reports of a possible tornado in Marquette County Saturday evening.
Wisconsin Emergency Management reports multiple calls of funnel cloud sightings near Endeavor and Packwaukee around 6:30 p.m. Debris was scattered over roads, including I-39 and Highway 23 and Highway 82.
Reports came in of trees down and farm buildings leaning.
According to the Marquette County Sheriff's Office, no one is injured. There are a lot of trees down, but all highways are clear now.
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