6/14/17 – The National Weather Service now says a tornado touched down Monday night in Fond du Lac County. According to a preliminary review, an “E-F Zero” tornado with peak winds of 80 miles-an-hour was on the ground for two-point-two miles between Waucosta and Dundee. A waterspout also occurred as the twister moved across Kettle Moraine Lake while heading southeast toward the Kettle Moraine State Forest. The Weather Service says the tornado was part of a series of heavy thunderstorms in the area, in which a fallen tree damaged a vehicle inside a garage in Oakfield, and trees fell onto a house and two cars in Mayville. Waupun’s Department of Public Works had a busy night cleaning up damage from the storm that passed through Monday evening. Public Works Director Jeff Daane told the city council last night that his crew spent roughly two hours removing fallen limbs from roadways and said one tree damaged a car. Daane says the DPW will be going around town over the next few days to continue their clean-up efforts and they will make a pass early next week to allow residents to gather debris over the weekend. The Horicon DPW is telling residents to leave tree limbs and branches at the streets edge for pick-up. We Energies is till reporting outages in the eastern part of Dodge County into West Bend and Milwaukee. As of 6:50am, there were 385 customers are without power near Lomira, 313 in Campbellsport and around 80 near Iron Ridge.