FLASH FLOOD WATCH: Heavy rain and storms into early Friday


From Storm Team 5…

Heavy rain is once again moving into northeast Wisconsin. Expect downpours to bring flooding to low lying areas, and near rivers, creeks, and streams.

Street flooding is also likely into early Friday morning.

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is now in effect until Friday morning. Additional rain is in the forecast that will likely create more flooding conditions overnight.

HEAVY RAIN returns this evening and overnight. This is when all of the area can expect showers and thunderstorms bringing the threat for an additional 1″ to 2″ of rain accumulation, on top of soaking rain we’ve seen this week. More flooding will likely occur at this time.

Friday may see a spotty shower, but heavy rain IS NOT the threat. Otherwise, partly sunny skies are expected in the afternoon and a breezy wind picking up from 15 to 30 miles per hour by the second half of the day. High temperatures will reach the low 70s with some 60s to the north.

Late Saturday night and early Sunday morning will bring another passing glance at a few showers or storms. Looking like tailgate time, and the game at Lambeau at noon should be dry. Plenty of dry time works into the forecast the days behind that.

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