APPLETON, WI (WTAQ) - Several hail storms went through Wisconsin late Tuesday.
The National Weather Service reported no major building damage.
McKinley in Polk County had two-and-three-quarter-inch hail, almost the size of a small softball. The Appleton area had quarter-sized hail.
Pellets covered the ground at Fifield in Price County. Smaller and lesser hail came down at Marshfield, Black Creek, Suring, Plymouth, and parts of Ashland County.
Ashland had 48 mile an hour winds. Trees fell at Waukesha. One tree fell on a car near Silver Lake in Kenosha County.
Most storm-related power outages have been resolved. The only noticeable outage Wednesday morning was in the New Berlin area, where We Energies said more than 80 customers were in the dark.
An upper level low pressure system is expected to hang over Wisconsin for the rest of the week, with stormy conditions possible each afternoon and evening.
Highs Wednesday are predicted to be near 80 except along Lake Michigan.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)