Area residents continue their clean-up today following severe thunderstorms that tore through northeast Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon. Winds of 60-plus miles per hour knocked down trees and power lines, with utility crews continuing to work to get people back on-line. Waupaca County Emergency Government Director Andy Carlin says the county received over 80 calls reporting downed trees or power lines on roadways, many of those in the Chain-O’ Lakes area. A building was blown of its foundation at a Chain-area business, a tree came down on a residence on Oak Street, and a large tree shut down part of Waupaca’s South Main Street yesterday afternoon. As of late this morning, about 27-hundred Wisconsin Public Service customers were still without power in the Waupaca area, about 675 were still without power in Stevens Point, and 130 in the Almond area. In Shawano County, officials from the National Weather Service are examining areas were a tornado was reported. Heavy damage was done to buildings and trees in the southeastern part of Shawano County. The Town of Lessor town hall opened at 10 this morning, with the American Red Cross on hand to assist residents with needs related to the storm.