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UPDATE: Storm damages parts of Dubuque County

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Storms are hitting eastern Iowa this weekend, and we are hearing about potential damage throughout the area.

Updated at 4:53 p.m. Saturday

According to KWWL viewer, Zachary Alan Radloff, the storm is moving through the Spook Cave and Campground near McGregor.‎

Updated at 4:42 p.m. Saturday

According to Dubuque County authorities, a tree that was two feet wide snapped off, and power lines are down along roadways.

Wires are down near Hilldale Lane, west of the fairgrounds.

Near 5200 North and Rupp Hollow Road, a tree fell on an vehicle with people inside.

We have not heard whether the people were injured.

Updated at 4:15 p.m. Saturday

According to viewers, a storm is moving through Cascade, and firefighters are reporting winds blowing up to 60 mph.

Updated at 3:45 p.m. Saturday

In Center Junction, the Emergency Manager is reporting power lines are down and a roof was blown off a machine shed at the intersection of County Road e44 and Highway 64, south of Amber.

This report comes out of Jones County, Iowa.

Please stay tuned to this story as we report damage throughout the region.

If you have photos of damage, send them to news@kwwl.com.

Please also list the location, what time it hit, and what the damage entails.

We will keep you updated throughout the weekend.

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