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TONIGHT: A line of thunderstorms is expected to move from northwest to southeast across much of Wisconsin, especially the northern half of the state.  Some strong to severe storms could develop as the line moves through, with the greatest chance for severe storms across northern Wisconsin in the orange and yellow areas. 

TUE/WED: Isolated storms are possible Tuesday and Tuesday night, then a more widespread complex of storms is expected Wednesday afternoon or evening into Wednesday night. Some question still remains on timing and location as the set up is quite complex each day.

Prepare by checking for forecast updates periodically, making sure you have a way to receive warning information, and knowing where your nearest safe place is located.

If you are planning outdoor activities in the risk areas, 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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