Upper Midwest – Weaker Storms Overnight
WISCONSIN – We are starting to sound like a broken record the past few months will all of the severe activity we have been talking about in the upper Midwest. Strong thunderstorms have already begun to moved upper Midwest Tuesday bringing along with it a threat for large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado.
The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted a slight risk (level 2, on a scale of 1 to 5) for severe thunderstorms. The main threat with these storms will be occasional severe wind gusts through Tuesday overnight into Wednesday. This includes cities like La Crosse, Wausau, Green Bay, Madison and Rochester up into the UP of Michigan too.
Most activity will die down late Tuesday night and early Wednesday with heavy rain, but non-severe weather, lingering from Michigan down through northern Illinois.
Our forecast models generally show less than .5″ of rainfall across these areas.
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