Yesterday saw severe weather hit a large portion of the state, causing several issues. Two tornadoes were reported near Navario, which is near the Outagamie and Shawano County lines, as well as a report of a water spout. A water spout is a tornado on the water on an inland lake or a great lake, but it can still do significant damage. In Kimberly the roof of a car wash was ripped off and sent crashing into a nearby home, with the owner watching the entire incident. In Appleton the entire side of a warehouse building was torn off. As of last night around 14,000 homes in northeast Wisconsin were without power, and that is after more than 138,000 homes had their power restored by Wisconsin Public Service crews. A total damage cost in the state is not yet available.