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Storms carrying tornadoes, torrential rain and powerful winds damaged homes, deposited a snowplow in a tree and flooded highways in north-central Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.Authorities said the tornado damaged up to 20 homes in the area.The storms also washed out sections of highways in northern Wisconsin and closed other roads.The storms also damaged or destroyed 85 boats at Saxon Harbor in Iron County, state emergency officials said.Sections of U.S. Highway 2 and state Highway 13 south of Highbridge were closed Tuesday.The National Weather Service said more flooding was likely in northern Wisconsin, where rivers and creeks will continue to rise over the next two days. The National Weather Service reported 11 inches of rain fell in the east-central Minnesota city of Sturgeon Lake.
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