UNDATED (WHBL) - A tornado touched down early Saturday evening in parts of Marquette County in south central Wisconsin. The county's emergency management department reports a three-mile stretch of damage in the Endeavor and Packwaukee areas. The National Weather Service said a roof partially collapsed, siding was ripped off a building, a tree fell on a car and a house, and farm buildings were leaning. Officials said there was debris on roads close to Interstate-39 near the exits at Highways 23 and 82. There were no reports of injuries. Other parts of Wisconsin got heavy rains during the final day of a massive October storm in the nation's mid-section. Western Wisconsin had the most rain by far - up to 4.1 inches at Galesville. Kenosha had one-and-three quarter inches. Winchester in far north central Wisconsin had an inch-and-a-half. Waukesha was among the places with street flooding as three waves of thunderstorms moved through Wisconsin on Saturday.
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