UPDATE: NWS confirms EF-1 tornado damage in Brownsville in addition to SW Fond du Lac County
Updated: 5:22 p.m. August 29, 2018
BROWNSVILLE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The National Weather Service has confirmed tornado damage in Brownsville, Dodge County. The preliminary rating is EF-1. Earlier in the day the NWS confirmed an EF-1 tornado with a wind speed of 100 mph in the Brandon/Alto area.
A full path of the tornadoes has not yet been established so it is unknown if the same tornado was responsible for damage in both spots.
A new report came out Thursday afternoon of a possible tornado in Wilson, Sheboygan County based on video evidence. That tornado has not yet been confirmed by the National Weather Service.
Updated: 12:15 p.m. August 29, 2018
FOND DU LAC COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado happened Tuesday in southwestern Fond du Lac County in the Waupun, Brandon area.
The NWS has confirmed a tornado occurred yesterday in SW Fond du Lac County. Preliminary rating is EF-1 with estimated winds of 100 mph. #readywxpic.twitter.com/zjF4pex06N— Justin Thompson-Gee (@JustinTGee) August 29, 2018
According to the National Weather Service, the tornado has a preliminary rating of EF-1 with estimated winds of 100 mph.
SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- People all over Wisconsin are picking up the pieces after powerful winds and heavy rain caused extensive damage Tuesday.
In Dodge County, dozens of trees were down and at least one barn was knocked over. In nearby Sheboygan County, trees and power lines were no match for strong winds and there were also overturned semi trucks and trailers.
Wednesday morning the National Weather Service will be out in several counties trying to confirm whether a tornado was responsible for the damage. The National Weather Service says a number of tornado sightings were reported in Campbellsport, Lomira, Oakfield and Brandon.
In other parts of Wisconsin, streets turned into rivers and in Juneau County first responders used a jet ski to rescue 12 people.
In Green Bay, heavy rain caused the tunnels at Lambeau Field to flood. The Packers are away for Thursday's preseason finale.