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Weather service: Tornado touched down in Chicago, became a waterspout over Lake Michigan

CHICAGO - Hundreds of thousands were still without power Tuesday after more than 100 severe weather reports were logged during Monday afternoon's powerful storms, including a confirmed tornado on the Far North Side, according to preliminary information from the National Weather Service.

The tornado was confirmed using a combination of radar, photos and two submitted videos, said Brian Leatherwood, a meteorologist with the weather service

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