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June 27th, 2019 Damaging Winds Summary

On the morning of June 27th there was a complex of storms over western Minnesota which would shift eastward into southern Wisconsin by midafternoon. During that time the air mass over Wisconsin became more and more unstable which would help fuel the line of thunderstorms as it moved into the area. Around 2:45pm the line moved into western Sauk and Iowa counties bringing with it damaging winds and heavy rain. These storms continued eastward before exiting the lakeshore counties around 7pm. There were 46 reports of strong damaging winds with this line of storms.


Non-severe thunderstorms then continued overnight into Friday morning.

Radar Loop 1-7PM Thursday (click to enlarge)
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