‘Large and extremely dangerous’ tornado spotted in Wisconsin amid heat wave – NBC Chicago

A confirmed tornado that left debris in its wake was spotted in two communities in west-central Wisconsin on Wednesday, the National Weather Service in La Crosse said.

A tornado spotted in Tomah was described as “large and extremely dangerous” and debris was seen “bloated” on radar, La Crosse Tribune reported.

The tornado was also spotted 11.27 kilometers northeast of Mauston. It was described as “shrouded in rain”, which made it difficult to see.

No information was immediately available about possible damage or injuries at either location.

The severe weather came amid a heatwave that pushed temperatures into the 90s and beyond on Wednesday in a stretch from northern Florida to the Great Lakes and covering about a third of the nation’s population.

NBC Chicago

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