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Now: Storms were found across northwest into northcentral Wisconsin and also northeast Iowa this evening. These storms will continue to shift east. An isolated severe storm cannot be ruled out but is becoming more unlikely. 

The main severe weather threats with these storms will be pea sized hail, wind gusts to 30 mph and frequent lightning. These storms will move east of the area by 12 to 1 am. 

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Through Midnight

  • What: Thunderstorms. Possibly an isolated severe storm. 
  • Where: Northeast Iowa and southwest Wisconsin, near and south of Highway 18. Northcentral Wisconsin near and north of I-94. 
  • Timing: Through about Midnight
  • Impacts: Severe storms: Hail damage to property, crops possible. Winds could damage trees, down power lines
  • ACTION: Stay weather aware! Take shelter when storms approach
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