July 17 Tornadoes Batter Watertown, Minnesota

July 17 Hail Storm Damage In Minnesota…Again

June 17th, 2010

Tornadoes are among the most devastating and awesome local storms that occur on Earth.  Once again, just 1 month after the devastating June 17 damage to Minnesota homeowners, another 7 tornadoes were reported in Minnesota.  There were reports of hail from 1 ½ inches and in excess of 4 inches in diameter.

The storm moved through Wright County producing a possible tornado near the town of Kingston at approximately 4:15 p.m.  Another tornado touchdown was reported two miles southwest of Watertown, just after 5 p.m.

Threatening wall clouds were spotted from Watertown to Waconia.  There were no immediate reports of injuries but damage is being reported, including numerous homes with roof damage and trees knocked down across parts of the metro.

If your roof has been damaged by a storm whether by wind, hail or rain, contact a reliable storm damage repair expert to provide you with  immediate assistance.  It is crucial that you find a credible contractor that is trained in storm damage insurance negotiation.

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