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Storm dumps 4 inches of rain on Dodge County

11:48 AM, Oct. 4, 2013
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Thunderstorms Thursday night and early Friday morning dumped up to four inches of rain in parts of Dodge County.

The storms also triggered a tornado warning after meteorologists at the National Weather Service spotted some rotation in clouds over the Beaver Dam area around 8:15 p.m. Subsequent tornado warnings were issued as the storms moved east over northeast Dodge County.

"We were a little bit nervous, but thankfully the storm didn't produce any tornadoes," Dodge County Emergency Management Director Joe Meagher said. "We didn't have any reported wind damage either, aside from a few ...

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