MARQUETTE COUNTY, WI (WTAQ) - A weekend tornado in Marquette County was rated Monday as an F-0, the weakest classification from the National Weather Service.
The Saturday night storm toppled trees, tore off part of a metal roof, and knocked a tree onto a car and a house.
Weather Service investigators checked the damage, and concluded that the twister was on the ground for 7 minutes. The damage followed a path 1.75 miles long near Endeavor.
The tornado was part of a massive storm system throughout the Midwest last Thursday through Saturday, which also dumped several inches of rain in much of Wisconsin.
All that's gone now, and Wisconsin is enjoying drier and warmer weather on the back side of a high pressure system to our east.
Highs will reach the mid-70's over the next couple days, as much as 10 degrees above normal.
More rain is expected on Friday, and into the weekend. A cool down is predicted for Sunday.