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...Severe Storms Possible this Afternoon and Evening...

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening across southern Wisconsin.

Main Hazards:

  • A Few Tornadoes
  • Damaging Winds
  • Large Hail
  • Heavy Rainfall

We're expecting thunderstorms to begin developing within the next few hours. Initially, these storms will be relatively weak and isolated, but will gradually intensify and become more widespread as we move into the late afternoon.

Here is the latest video update on the severe potential.

If you get severe weather, send us your report!  Key elements: Time - Location - Type of severe weather/damage, etc...

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Here is a graphic that lists the thunderstorm risk categories from the Storm Prediction Center:

(Key to interpreting categories/colors)

Here is a zoomed-in look at the (Day 1) Storm Prediction Center Convective Outlook for southern Wisconsin:

Here is that same outlook for a broader region:




Regional Radar Views:

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Regional Radar Regional radar

Local Radar:


Expected Rainfall Amounts:




Links of interest:

Local Storm Report Graphic
Local Storm Report Text
SPC Local Storm Reports
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Hazardous Weather Outlook
Forecast Discussion

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings
Tornado Warnings
Flash Flood Warnings
Severe Weather Statements

SPC Meso-Analysis Page
Our Severe Weather Page


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