The latest northeast Wisconsin weather forecast from Storm Team 5…
Today: Clouds have arrived ahead of thunderstorms from the west. A few rounds of storms are possible today, some of which could be strong to severe. The primary threat from the strongest storms could be winds up to 60 mph, frequent lightning, and torrential rainfall. Areas south of Hwy. 29 will have the highest threat for these strong storms.
Starting around and after 2pm this afternoon, we have a risk for strong or possibly even severe thunderstorms entering western counties first and heading to the east. The window will be from 2pm to 1am to see a couple rounds of storms. The main risks will be damaging winds and torrential rainfall, while large hail and spin up tornados can not completely be ruled out.
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Scattered thunderstorms continue through tonight, and soaking rain will become the concern at this point where inches of rain may fall and create a flooding threat. Storms will drop intensity around and after midnight. The low will be 66 degrees.
Tomorrow could have a few morning showers around, with clearing skies in the afternoon. It won’t be quite as warm at 77 degrees.