A tornado watch and severe thunderstorm warning have expired for southeastern Wisconsin

A tornado watch and severe thunderstorm warning have expired for southeastern Wisconsin

They came out fine. And we’re going to go to the camera at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. There is still some light rain falling here. Another stop. We’re going to go into the discovery world in terms of looking at some of our cameras. It’s just rain falling. The strong winds are beginning to leave, which is great news. Let’s go back to the radar and I want to go again and see how these winds get to Kenosha. We hope to see a great pattern. I would like to see this move a little further south. Notice how we receive these flash flood warnings being issued. Is this possible? Overnight in our southern counties? It’s, especially along the border, these places keep getting rain. This is just a solid yellow color. Rainfall is likely to reach about one inch per hour. This can create some problems, even though we have been very dry for a long time, we will get into the storm again. We’ll show you what this radar looks like. We still have strong winds. He doesn’t seem to want to leave. This is a long-term, major wind event here in Racine and Kenosha. The strongest winds now in Racine extend north of Kenosha, into the city of Kenosha itself. Nice meadow, you still get this. This still is. Probably 50 to 60 mph. Now, when we measure that, we get a fair amount of land. So the numbers come out a little higher. But on the surface, I’m sure this still causes some problems out there. Hopefully the power outage doesn’t get worse. I would love for them to stay. I wasn’t excited because we got 20,000 people, 20,000 customers without power. And I’m sure that’s not fun at all. But hopefully we’ll activate the crew as soon as we can get past that lightning, so they won’t be able to get out until the lightning passes. There is still a fair amount of lightning even on the back side of this. It’s not nearly what it used to be, but it’s much better than it used to be. This will continue to come out. What’s left for me to worry about? The last part of the wind and rain? A lot of good things are still possible. Kenosha, southern Worth County. It’s about to get a flash flood warning for you. Hopefully we can continue to dry things out. I didn’t think I’d be saying that any time soon. Don’t beg to dry things, but you actually need to. Everyone else here is helpful. Maybe a couple of inches of rain, which is definitely great news. And now this continues to push eastward. It is accompanied by strong winds, and the same hour lasts until midnight. But in essence, once we’re done with this warning, we’re done with a lot, and the warning is over now because it’s 1130. And that’s good news. So we’re starting to see this just move and we’ll stop this here and we’ll take another look. As this comes to an end, hopefully we won’t have any flash flood warnings to worry about. Again, there are a few of these lightning strikes here and there. Other than that, only light rain here. Steady rain in Sheboygan, definitely steady rain in Racine Kenosha and most of Walworth County. So we’ll be watching that closely. I know we want to get an update on the power outage numbers. So let’s go back to the office. Well, Mark, I was going to say, we’re going to double-check this because we’re watching the outage map online. And there was actually a big jump after I sent it to you before the number stopped. There is now a significant jump in the number of customers without service. However, when you look at the details, when you go to the municipalities and you go to the provinces, they still add up to the previous number. So we want to know what the right number is, but there may have been a jump in the number of power outages there in southeastern Wisconsin. They say 76,000. But the last number we confirmed was more than 20,000. Surely there are a lot of people without electricity, right? definitely. Thank you both for covering tonight and keeping us informed and keeping us safe. Thank you for joining us. Be safe out there. We have NE

A tornado watch and severe thunderstorm warning have expired for southeastern Wisconsin

Secondary risks are isolated tornadoes, large hail and heavy rain.

Interactive Radar | Weather Watch Map Room 11:30 PM Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Kenosha, Racine and Mount Pleasant ends. 11:03 PM Tornado Warning expires for Muskego, Mukwonago and Waterford. 10:58 PM More than 20,000 We Energies customers are without power.10:45 PM Tornado Warning for Muskego, Mukwonago and Waterford until 11:00 PM10:40 PM Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 11:30 PM for Kenosha, Racine and Mount Pleasant.10: 30 PM Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Milwaukee, Waukesha and West Allis, until 11:15 PM Expired Tornado Warning for Dodge, Dane, Columbia and Jefferson Counties. 9:45 PM Tornado Warning in effect until 10:30 PM for Dodge, Dane, Columbia and Jefferson Counties. 9:30 PM Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect until midnight for Walworth, Fond du Lac, Dodge and Jefferson counties. “These will be windy. We’re still waiting to see how these storms interact with more stable air near the lake,” Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden said. Severe storms are possible in southeastern Wisconsin this evening. Timing is from 8 pm until midnight. The entire region is at risk for severe weather, but the chances for severe storms will be closer to the Illinois border. The lake breeze also developed and moved well inland. This should help weaken the storms as they approach the metro area. The main threats are damaging winds of up to 70 mph. Secondary hazards are isolated tornadoes, large hail, and heavy rain. Make a plan and be prepared before severe storms advance. The good news is great weather this weekend, and much needed rain will be good for the region. Follow us on WISN’s weather team on social media, Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Daji Aswad on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Lindsey Slater on Facebook and Twitter, Meteorologist Molly Bernard on Facebook and Twitter, see our forecasts on TV or online, here’s where you can find the latest video forecasts. You can also watch a live broadcast of our latest news bulletin here. The banner on our site turns red when we are live. We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV. Download our app to get the latest here You can download our app to get the latest weather news and alerts.

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11:30 p.m. Severe thunderstorm warning ends for Kenosha, Racine and Mount Pleasant.

11:03 PM Tornado Warning expires for Muskego, Mukwonago and Waterford.

10:58 PM More than 20,000 We Energies customers are without electricity.

10:45 PM Tornado Warning for Muskego, Mukwonago, and Waterford until 11:00 PM

10:40 PM Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 11:30 PM for Kenosha, Racine and Mount Pleasant.

10:30 p.m. Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Milwaukee, Waukesha and West Allis, until 11:15 p.m.

A tornado warning has expired for Dodge, Dane, Columbia and Jefferson counties.

9:45 PM Tornado Warning in effect until 10:30 PM for Dodge, Dane, Columbia and Jefferson Counties.

9:30 PM A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect until midnight for Walworth, Fond du Lac, Dodge and Jefferson counties.

“A line of storms with the potential for damaging winds is moving into Dodge, Fond du Lac and Jefferson counties over the next 30 minutes. The biggest threat from this will be wind. We are still waiting to see how these storms interact with more stable air closer to the lake,” Chief Meteorologist Air Mark Baden.

Huge hailstones fall in Mukwonago, Wisconsin

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Huge hailstones in Mukwonago, WI

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Severe storms are possible in southeastern Wisconsin this evening. Timing is from 8 pm until midnight.

The entire region is at risk for severe weather, but the chances for severe storms will be closer to the Illinois border.

The lake breeze also developed and moved well inland. This should help weaken the storms as they approach the metro area.

The primary threats are damaging winds of up to 70 mph. Secondary risks are isolated tornadoes, large hail and heavy rain.

Make a plan and be prepared before severe storms hit.

The good news is that the weather is great this weekend, and the much-needed rain will be good for the area.

Follow our WISN weather team on social media

Watch our forecasts on TV or online

Here’s where to find our latest video forecasts. You can also watch a live broadcast of our latest news bulletin here. The banner on our website turns red when we are live.

We also stream on the Very Local app for Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV.

Download our app to get the latest

Here you can download our app to get the latest weather alerts.

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