NWS Confirms EF-1 Tornado Touched Down East Of Watertown, Moved Into Hennepin Co. Monday EveningThe National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down east of Watertown and moved east into Hennepin County Monday evening.
Wide Swath Of Hail Damage Attracts Swarms Of ContractorsHiring out-of-state companies to do your hail damage repairs can be risky.
How To Deal With The Aftermath Of Severe WeatherWCCO's Jeff Wagner talks with home expert Charles Thayer, founder of All Around, about how to deal with storm damage (3:02). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- Aug. 3, 2019
Volunteers Needed To Clean Up Storm Damage In Barron CountyVolunteers are needed to help clean up debris after a storm caused major damage in Barron County, Wisconsin last week.
Barron County Cleans Up After Storm Rips Through WisconsinIt's been roughly 48 hours since Friday night's destructive storm tore through western Wisconsin, knocking out power for thousands of residents. Many are crossing their fingers they won't have to spend a third night in the dark.
Utilities Still Restoring Power In Eastern WisconsinUtility crews have restored power to more than 138,000 customers following destructive thunderstorms that struck eastern Wisconsin this weekend.
'The Worst I’ve Ever Been Through': Polk Co. Wisconsin Cleans Up After Brutal StormSevere storms ripped through Polk County, Wisconsin Friday night -- leaving a path of destruction.
Sheriff: Chisago County Fair Closed Due To Storm DamageThe Chisago County Fair is closed Friday evening due to damage from severe weather.
Storm Cleanup Continues In Cannon FallsAll across Cannon Falls, trees are down and gravestones are destroyed in the city's oldest cemeteries.
Contractor Gives Tips On Seeking Help Repairing DamageRecent storms have left many people scrambling to find contractors to help repair damage. But how do they know they’re not getting scammed?
NWS Confirms 4 Tornadoes In Southern MNSeveral communities are cleaning up after powerful winds, heavy rains and at least four tornadoes tore through southern Minnesota Thursday night, leaving more than 70,000 people without power and some schools closed.