Cleanup continues after early morning storms
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Cleanup continues in southern Wisconsin where a powerful storm system produced winds between 50 and 60 mph early Tuesday.
There are no reports of injuries. But, Wisconsin Emergency Management says numerous roads and streets were blocked by tree debris and power lines.
In Rock County, the city of Beloit was hit hard and opened its emergency operations center. Numerous trees and power lines are down. Utility crews are making progress on bringing 7,000 people who lost power back on line.
In Green County, the storm blew out a window at a car dealership in Monroe and some homes had minor roof damage. Minor damage was also reported in Lafayette, Sauk and Iowa counties.