Jun 21, 2010
Last night the towns of Eagle, Mukwonago, Big Bend, and Muskego were hit by a swath of tornadoes and destructive straight-line winds all produced by a supercell thunderstorm that traveled across southeast Wisconsin. Specifically, the town Eagle, Wisconsin suffered major damage as an EF-2 tornado hit the town. Nearly 125 homes have been damaged by the tornado that hit Eagle around 9:15 P.M.
Additionally, another tornado spun up near highway 164/I-43 and traveled through the north side of Muskego, Wisconsin. This tornado was rated an EF-1. In addition to the tornado, destructive straight-line winds well excess over 90 - 100 mph hit the cities of Genesee, Big Bend, Vernon and Muskego causing many trees being uprooted and destroyed.