The National Weather Service confirms a tornado near Wausau. According to preliminary data, an “E-F” One twister with winds of 105 miles per hour landed in the town of Stettin (steh teen’) about 12:55 a-m Monday, damaging several homes and snapping 100 mature pine trees as it stayed on the ground for one half mile. The Wisconsin Public Service utility still had 51-hundred customers without power as of 4:15 this (Tuesday) morning throughout north central Wisconsin — and almost three-thousand were still out in the Minocqua and Tomahawk areas. Northwest Wisconsin had snow Monday night, with more than three inches at Siren and Grantsburg and two point five inches at Menomonie — and up to penny sized hail fell late Monday in the Milwaukee area.