National Weather Service reports 10th tornado from Thursday morning storm surge in Wisconsin

FARMINGTON, Wis. (CBS 58) --  The National Weather Service (NWS) conducted an additional survey Saturday, July 31, and found another tornado north of the Farmington in Jefferson County.

The report brings the total to ten tornadoes from the massive storms that came across Wisconsin late Wednesday night, July 28, into early Thursday morning, July 29.

The NWS reported that as the line of severe thunderstorms surged across Jefferson County a tornado debris signature was capture just north of I-94 between Johnson Creek and Concord.

Saturday's survey revealed two large uprooted and snapped trees along with damage to airplane hangar.

Officials say this tornado proceeded to cross I-94 and snapped a few trees in the marsh south of the interstate.

This tornado was rated an EF-0 with a peak wind of 75 miles per hour.

The NWS announced they will continue go through damage reports and provide additional storm surveys and updates if needed.

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