Several funnel clouds reported after severe weather slams Chicago area

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CHICAGO -- Another night of severe weather has hit the Chicago area.

Intense storms brought winds topping 60 miles an hour and dumped several inches of rain.

Possible funnel clouds were spotted in several areas.

This one even touched down in the town of Chenoa, which is about 115 miles southwest of Chicago.

There are no reports of damage there.

And storm chasers caught this video of heavy cloud circulation near Channahon and Lockport.

There are unconfirmed reports that a funnel cloud also touched down in nearby Lemont.

Again no reports of damage or injuries.

There are reports of another possible tornado near Lake Geneva in Wisconsin.

Power lines are down and several buildings in Walworth County were damaged late Tuesday night.

There are no reports of injuries.

The National Weather Service is sending a team to check out the damage.