The National Weather Service is confirming that tornado touched down Wednesday night on the southeast side of Green Bay.  The N-W-S says EF-O rated twister had peak wind speeds of 85 miles an hour and moved southeast into the Town of Bellevue.  The tornado’s path was six-point-two miles long and it was 90-yards wide.  Around 100 trees were damaged along with utility poles and downed power lines.  About 20-thousand customers lost power in northeast Wisconsin.  There were no reports of injury.  It was the first tornado in Green Bay since September of 2005.