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Winds die down; power restored; Green Bay gets 1.4 inches of rain

7:05 AM, Nov. 19, 2013
Wisconsin Public Service Corp. reported numerous power outages in Northeastern Wisconsin, shown in this screenshot of its website.
Wisconsin Public Service Corp. reported numerous power outages in Northeastern Wisconsin, shown in this screenshot of its website.
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The electricity is back on for almost everyone in Northeastern Wisconsin who lost power during Sunday's storms and, in the southern part of the state, the National Weather Service is surveying damage from severe weather.

In Hustisford, meteorologists were looking at a damaged barn, collapsed house or garage and a mile-long path of downed trees in Dodge County.

Investigators also surveyed damage in Washington County, specifically in Allenton, where the wind took off part of a roof, and tree damage in western Racine, western Kenosha and Walworth counties. ...

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