Severe weather is affecting southeastern Wisconsin. what are you expecting

Severe weather is affecting southeastern Wisconsin.  what are you expecting

Lakefront is coming this summer. First at five. It's an emotional day. Storms blow through the area during rush hour. Waukesha, Racine and Walworth counties are now under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning. The tornado warning just ended in Walworth County. Our team of reporters and meteorologists are ready to help keep you safe. We start with Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden, who is tracking the storm sign. These storms will be with us for some time to come. Now they're going to kind of turn around. It will change depending on where they are located. However, we are not done with these powerful storms in our southern counties yet. Again, these warnings as stated, run through 515. This includes the city of Waukesha, and the severe thunderstorm warning extends south through Muskego, then through Mukwonago, then back to just north of Elkhorn, and then the JV extends into Delavan. I want to get some live looks outside and show the different areas we're talking about. We're going to Delavan here, and this area has been really hit hard. And now we are getting very heavy rain. This is what you see now. Live from Lake Lawn Resort. Let's take you to Waukesha. You can see the lightning flashing there too. Lots of lightning with these storms, so keep that in mind. Keep it inside if you can. 48 degrees. Now our temperatures have dropped quite dramatically as this rain is starting to move into areas that didn't get any rain, and it's still warm near the Illinois border. This is an area of ​​concern, as we could still have surface storms, which means we could still get rotating storms. Again, not out of the woods. We'll have more to say about how long this will last, and how much colder we'll get tomorrow. Coming in WeatherWATCH 12. We know you'll stay tuned. sign. thank you. AND 12 NEWS KENDALL KEYS Our team and 12 News tracker WAUKESHA COUNTY's coverage continues, Kendall. We're on flight 43 southbound in Waukesha County. Within the last few seconds, it started to rain. I'll give you a look ahead. The rain has just started falling, and it is falling very hard. Before that, we could see light blows, and this is starting to decline now. We know there is a severe thunderstorm warning in place for Waukesha County. This is in effect for the next 15 minutes. Now we'll be monitoring these road conditions as we head to where these storms are hitting. We will provide you with these updates directly. Well, Kendall, thank you. And you can track storms at any time on the 12 NEWS app. Download it

Severe weather is affecting southeastern Wisconsin. what are you expecting

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Waukesha, Walworth and Racine counties until 5:15 p.m

Interactive Radar | Weather Watch Map Room A previous tornado warning and severe thunderstorm warning have expired. However, additional warnings may be issued if conditions deteriorate. Residents near the Illinois border, especially in southeastern Walworth County and western Kenosha County, should remain vigilant. The biggest threat to watch out for is quarter-sized hailstones, 60 mph winds, and lightning. Looking ahead, scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely to continue into the night, with the severe weather expected to end around 7 p.m. However, rain and thunderstorms may extend into the early hours of the night. While the weather is expected to cool off from recent record highs — such as the record high set in Milwaukee of 63 degrees — on Tuesday, the weather should remain mild. In Rolling Wheels, Found in Kenosha Drug Bust, Reckless Driver Crashes Pickup Truck, Kills Father of Five

Interactive Radar | Weather observation map room

The previous tornado warning and severe thunderstorm warning have expired. However, additional warnings may be issued if conditions deteriorate.

Residents near the Illinois border, especially in southeastern Walworth County and western Kenosha County, should remain vigilant.

The biggest threat to watch out for is quarter-sized hailstones, 60 mph winds, and lightning.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue into the night, with severe weather expected to end around 7 p.m.

However, rain and thunderstorms may extend into the early hours of the night.

While the weather is expected to cool off from recent record highs — such as the record high of 63 degrees set in Milwaukee — on Tuesday, the weather should remain mild.

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