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Severe Weather: There is a chance of thunderstorms today. The risk of a severe storm is very low.

Flooding: Heavy rain is expected across portions of the area through mid-week. The highest totals of 2+ inches are expected across central and east central Wisconsin. Some locations could see over 3 inches due to thunderstorms repeatedly moving over the same location. The rain in combination with the very wet conditions over the past several weeks will lead to some areas of urban and rural flooding.

For the latest information on river stages, please visit our AHPS page.

If you are in a flood prone area, be prepared for rapidly changing conditions. Remember, if you come upon a flooding roadway...Turn Around, Do Not Drown!

Marine: Northeast winds of 15 to 25 knots are expected tonight. Waves of 1 to 3 feet are expected on the bay and build to 4 to 7 feet on Lake Michigan. A small craft advisory has been issued from tonight into Tuesday. 

Make sure you follow the forecast and have a way to get the latest weather information, including any watches or warnings. If you are planning outdoor activities on land or water in the risk area, have alternate plans in place, including knowing where the nearest sturdy shelter is, in the event severe weather threatens your area.

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