Crews from Wisconsin Public Service are still working around the clock to make sure every one of their customers has power, including approximately 800 in Door and Kewaunee Counties. As of 11:30 a.m. Sunday, about 230 homes in Door County and 600 in Kewaunee County have been without power since the first wave of storms hit Friday evening and a second one around midday Saturday. WPS spokesman Matt Cullen says the damage found in Door and Kewaunee Counties is pretty consistent with what was found in the rest of the storm’s path.
The power stayed on but it is the water that is causing the most issues at Potawatomi State Park. Staff went around twice during the weekend to alert campers about the severe weather that dumped several inches of rain in the area. Park Superintendent Erin Brown-Stender considers themselves lucky.
For both Cullen and Brown-Stender, they hope everything will be back to normal in the coming days.