Outagamie County officials are assessing damage throughout the area.
Officials in that county say there is damage to buildings, electrical wires are down, there are power outages and damage to trees across the southern portion of Outagamie County.
Officials say they have no reports of injuries.
Residents are asked to stay in their homes and avoid downed trees and power lines and only call 911 for actual emergencies.
All Outagamie County court cases and hearings have been postponed because the Justice Center doesn't have power. Wednesday's cases will be rescheduled.
The Appleton Police Department also lost power and is operating with an emergency generator.
We Energies is working on restoring power.
If you have damage, officials want you to contact your insurance company and report structure damage to Outagamie County Emergency Management later Wednesday. That number is 920-832-5148.
FOX 11 Meteorologist Doug Higgins snapped a picture of a power line down near Taco Bell, at the corner of Richmond Street and Northland Avenue.
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