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Viewer photos: Trees down, large hail, building damage all part of severe weather Tuesday

Sarah Lapp Tomah
Carmen -Winona
Connor Sanvik-Hail-Winona
Connor Sanvik-Winona
Lizzie Rose Carlson-Winona
Kori Whitewater-Holmen
Elizabeth Klinkhammer-Holmen
Jenna Walker-Holmen-2
Jenna Walker-Holmen
Katie Malone-Trempealeau
Beth Davidson-Holmen 1
Beth Davidson-Holmen 2
Amy Wink-Holland
Crystal 1
Crystal 2
Crystal 3
Kristal Ross-Holmen
Carissa Pagel-Smith 1
Carissa Pagel-Smith 2
Dave Silbaugh Jr-Holmen
Renee 3
Renee 2
Renee 1
Brandon Gluch
Jenna Walker-three hail
Justine 1
Marilyn Caulum-Holmen
Kelsey Hameister-Holmen 2
Kelsey Hameister-Holmen
Tammy 1
Tammy 2

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - A powerful line of storms brought hail, high winds, and caused some damage in the Coulee Region late Tuesday afternoon and evening.

A number of viewers shared their photos of the hail or storm damage.

Some of the hail, as you can see from the photos, was two or more inches in size. The largest ones fell in parts of Holmen and the Town of Holland after moving through Winona shortly after 5 p.m.0

The hail and winds were a part of a line of severe storms that rapidly moved through the area.

Part of the Tomah Fairgrounds was damaged as the storms moved through.


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