(WFRV) – As severe weather moves in, Local 5 is taking a closer look at how storms are taking shape across the region.


Photo courtesy of Joe Lider

The photo taken by a viewer in Berlin depicts a slightly parted dark sky during the July 23rd storm.


Photo courtesy of Shann Van Lankvelt

A viewer traveling on County Rd K, near Brillion, captured a photo of a long stretch of dense clouds forming across Calumet County.

Combined Locks

Photo courtesy of Brenda Winkler

Clouds formed in Combined Locks as the storm approached.

De Pere

Video courtesy of Indiana Schilz
Video courtesy of Cierra Ivey

Rainfall and heavy winds rolled into east De Pere.

Green Bay

Heavy rain poured in Green Bay as soccer fans from all 50 states, and more than 15 countries, gathered at Lambeau Field for the exhibition match between Bayern Munich and Manchester City.

Menominee Falls

Video courtesy of Amber Lovell

Darkened skies and rainfall enclosed Menomonee Falls during a severe storm.


Photos of storm clouds forming were taken from a resident traveling on I-41 toward Oshkosh.


Video courtesy of Josh Ciski

Just before 6 p.m., a resident traveling to Appleton captured footage of a funnel cloud on Highway 10.


The strong winds and storm managed to tip over an aircraft stationed at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.


Photo courtesy of Amanda Naparala

Ripon skies began to darken as rain clouds rolled in.


Photo courtesy of Karen Alesch

Dense clouds clustered in Sherwood as the storm moved in.

For those unsure of what to do during severe weather, Local 5 has developed a list of best practices and safety tips to follow. To learn more, click here.

For live updates on the severe weather across northeast Wisconsin on July 23, 2022, download the Storm Team 5 weather app or click here.