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Tropical Rainfall Continues from the Remnants of Imelda

Intense tropical rainfall continues in portions of Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana from the remnants of Imelda. These additional rains will only compound ongoing issues with flooding. The heavy rain focus will gradually shift to the ArkLaTex region on Friday. Also on Friday, a cold front arriving into the Upper Midwest will likely produce severe thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall. Read More >

Overview

Two rounds of severe storms raced across portions of central and northern Wisconsin on April 9th and April 10th.  The first round of storms affected northern Wisconsin between about 5 pm CDT and 8 pm CDT producing hail up to 1 inch in diameter. The second and more intense round of storms raced across central and north-central Wisconsin between about 1130 pm CDT April 9th and 3 am CDT April 10th producing hail up to 1.75 inches in diameter, straight line wind damage and at least one tornado. 

The hardest hit area was just west of Wausau where a brief tornado touched down about 6 miles WNW of town.  The tornado caused significant damage to two structures and minor damage to several others along its 1/2 mile path.  A preliminary NWS damage survey estimated maximum winds of 105 mph (EF1).

Microbursts (straight-line thunderstorm winds) produced significant wind damage near Minocqua in Oneida County and near Marshfield in northern Wood County. Winds were estimated over 75 mph in these storms.

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