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MADISON, Wis. -Wind damage and flooding is reported throughout southern Wisconsin after severe weather moved through the area on Monday afternoon.
Flooding was reported at numerous Madison intersections after the storm moved through, but much of it receded within the hour.
A National Weather Service report stated a funnel cloud was reported in Livingston by Wisconsin Emergency Management and there were 60-70 mph winds gusts in Grant County with branches and limbs flying. Grant County dispatchers said there are a lot of reports of damage including utility lines and trees knocked down.
Law enforcement in Iowa County reported utility poles and trees down.
The storms coming through southern Wisconsin originally caused power outages for 2,345 customers in Grant County and 2,966 customers in Iowa County, according to Alliant Energy. There were 694 customers without power in Lafayette County and 1,078 in Dane County. Madison Gas and Electric reported 474 customers without power.
By 8:30 p.m. Alliant Energy was reporting 163 customers without power in Grant County, 830 in Iowa County, 372 in Lafayette County and 1,739 in Green County. MGE was reporting 402 customers without power in the Madison area.
The main threats were damaging winds and tornadoes, but heavy rainfall and large hail were also be possible.
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