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Tropical Depression Bertha Lifting North; Isolated Severe Across Southern U.S.; Heat Continues In West

Tropical Depression Bertha continues to weaken and lift north toward the central Appalachians and eastern Ohio Valley. Heavy rain, gusty winds and flooding are likely. Meanwhile, isolated severe thunderstorms are possible on Thursday from the Southeast to south-central High Plains. Finally, the ongoing heat wave continues in the West and will expand into the Rockies by the weekend. Read More >

Overview

Flooding: Moderate to occasionally heavy rain is expected through early Thursday morning. A few thunderstorms are also possible, especially across central and east central WI. Rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches are expected over a widespread area, with locally higher amounts possible. This is expected to impact all of central to northeastern WI. The heavy rain could lead to urban, rural, river and small stream flooding. If you are in a flood prone area, be prepared for rapidly changing conditions.

Remember, if you come upon a flooded roadway...Turn Around, Do Not Drown!

Marine: ENE-NE winds will gusty through late this evening, reaching up to 20-25 knots, with a few gusts up to 30 knots. Waves of 5 to 8 feet are expected on Lake Michigan and 3 to 6 feet on Green Bay into Thursday.

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