WALWORTH COUNTY — The National Weather Service has confirmed two EF-1 tornadoes caused damage Saturday night in Walworth County.

Much of the damage was centered in Williams Bay and Delavan.

Earlier Sunday, Williams Bay Police said that gas and electric services were in the area working to address utility needs. There is limited information for the restoration timeline of utility service.

(TAP HERE for drone video of Williams Bay tornado damage)

Theater Road remains closed to thru traffic from Bailey Rd. to Woodlawn Dr. Use alternative routes if you are traveling.

There are still several roads in Williams Bay that are impassable. Williams Bay Streets and Highway Department are working to clear these, however if powerlines are entangled, they need to wait for power to assist in safe removal.

The Williams Bay Dump Site is open and available to residents who are removing tree debris.

The Walworth County Sheriff”s office credits early warnings from the National Weather Service, alert citizens, dedicated fire, ems, communications and law enforcement officers for being factors in the storm only causing property damage.

As clean up begins, local officials ask that you help your neighbors when you can and be patient with the crews restoring power and removing trees and debris.

By Staff Report

Walworth County Community News