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Hundreds without power as wind advisory continues

Many of your neighbors in Door County could be without power Tuesday morning as the area continues to get hit by high winds.


Approximately 350 Wisconsin Public Service customers found themselves without power as of 6:15 a.m., including 232 near Jacksonport. Power is expected to come back between 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m., according to the WPS Power Outage map. 


The Washington Island Ferry likely will not have service today because of the high winds. It canceled most of its trips on Monday and warned its passengers of the potential cancellation of trips at that time. As a result, the Washington Island School Board meeting can be accessed virtually for those who cannot attend in person. 


As a part of its wind advisory, the National Weather Service predicts wind gusts as high as 54 miles per hour in Sister Bay and 51 miles per hour in Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday before dipping below 30 miles per hour in the early morning hours on Wednesday.




Picture courtesy of Google and Wisconsin Public Service

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