GREEN COUNTY, WI (WTAQ) - Another tornado apparently touched down in southern Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service said law enforcement reported a small twister on the ground for about a minute, about two miles north of Albany in Green County.
Media reports said a power line had a minor fire, roof shingles blew off, and tree branches broke. More than a half-dozen tornadoes touched down in southwest and south central Wisconsin last Monday and Tuesday -- the first in the state this year, in what's been a late-arriving tornado season.
Also Wednesday, the Weather Service reported up to 1.25 inch hail in parts of Dane and Sauk counties.
A partly cloudy and dry day is in the statewide forecast for Thursday, with highs ranging from the mid 60's to around 80.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)