SHAWANO - The Shawano community came together in the aftermath of Wednesday night's storm.
Tree limbs littered the streets in Gresham and Shawano.
The National Weather Service was in the county Thursday to see if there was a tornado.
Preliminary findings show there were straight-line winds between 90 and 100 miles an hour. There was also a possible tree-top tornado near Gresham.
We don't know of any injuries reported in Shawano County. As of late Thursday afternoon, there were about 600 still without power.
People we talked to say Shawano is dealing with a lot of debris.
"I live out by Red River and we lost our power there and coming in this morning, there was damage out by us, but then once we got onto the main roads we didn't see anything until we got into town and then we've seen a lot of trees and limbs down," said Jim Holzer of Red River.
A little farther down Highway 29, Bonduel was also hit hard.
A funnel cloud was reported there.
Emergency management officials say about 11 homes near Bonduel were damaged.
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