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The latest trends are encouraging for southern Wisconsin.  Thunderstorms have generally not redeveloped over southern Wisconsin this evening.  We still have a weak cold front moving through the area and it won't push east of Wisconsin until about 2 am.  Until then, we can't rule out the development of showers and a few thunderstorms.  But, right now, the chance for any strong to severe storms is looking very low.  The areas that could see some additional rainfall would be up toward Fond du Lac and Sheboygan and also along the WI/IL border.  Keep an eye on radar over the next few hours, once we get to 1 or 2 am, we should be ok. 


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