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Widespread Summer Heat; Enhanced Severe Weather

A large ridge of high pressure continues to deliver summer heat w/ humidity in several sections of the country. Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in effect across the Desert Southwest, south-central Plains, Mid to Lower Mississippi Valley and a small part of the Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, an enhanced risk of organized severe thunderstorms is possible from Iowa to Illinois and Indiana. Read More >

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Severe Storm Summary - August 7, 2019

Published 2019-08-08

The first tornado in Green Bay since 2005 was confirmed as severe storms hit the area on August 7.

Strong/Severe Storms Possible Into Tonight

Published 2019-08-07

Severe Storm Summary - July 20, 2019

Published 2019-07-22

Afternoon Storms Moving East, More Storms Possible Tonight

Published 2019-06-27

Thunderstorms possible tonight, but severe potential is lower.

Isolated Storm Produces Tennis Ball-Size Hail on June 5, 2019

Published 2019-06-06

Memorial Day Statistics

Published 2019-05-24

Memorial Day Statistics for Appleton, Green Bay, Rhinelander and Wausau.

Preliminary Winter 2018-19 Snowfall Totals

Published 2019-05-14

Preliminary snowfall totals for the winter 2018-19.

Periods of Moderate to Heavy Rain Through Early Thursday Morning

Published 2019-05-07

Heavy rainfall will arrive today and last into Thursday, bringing rising river levels and flood concerns. Increasing winds along the marine areas will pose a hazard to mariners as well.

Minor River Flooding and Fast Flows Continue Across the Area

Published 2019-04-20

Many rivers across Wisconsin remain in flood stage.

Record Breaking Snowfall Across Northern Wisconsin

Published 2019-04-13

Record breaking snowfall noted across northern Wisconsin this winter.