Southeastern Wisconsin is under a severe thunderstorm watch

Southeastern Wisconsin is under a severe thunderstorm watch

A severe thunderstorm watch has ended in southeastern Wisconsin

This includes Walworth, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee, Dodge, and Racine counties.

It’s time to assess the damage. Here in southeastern Wisconsin, it’s a rainy and stormy night in Daggie. This will continue for several hours. Yes, some areas have yet to see the rain move in, and that includes Milwaukee. But I want to show you one of our cameras here, the Oconomowoc, where we’re sitting in the low 70s. You notice that it is dark, but you also notice that it is wet on the roads. Earlier, this camera used to shake a lot. That’s because we tracked some of the storms that were processed through these storms and the rain that was flowing through our area. Milwaukee, you’re on the calm side, 81 degrees, no problems at the moment. And again, 81. It’s 10:00 at night. We’ll still have that heat, but it won’t push our storms to the extreme. However, I don’t want you to put your guard down. We are looking at continued severe thunderstorm watches across all of our counties, until approximately 1 a.m., and no warnings. We are mainly concerned about strong winds. And over the past five hours, we’ve been watching this storm system move out of Minnesota and into Wisconsin. And throughout, there’s a lot of light. But notice now that the lighting has decreased in our area. This is an indication that we are once again losing our energy on Madison. There is still a cell that we will continue to monitor that could delve into some of our southern counties. As for Beaver Dam, West Bend, Hartford, Jackson, and Richfield, even at Oconomowoc, where I have just shown you, it is wet. We’re still looking at a few lightning bolts there. Also with the wet weather extending into FOND DU LAC and SHEBOYGAN, Mequon got into some rain action as well as in Whitefish Bay. Now, as we get a little closer to the metro, if you’re in the Brookfield area on the edge of rain and shower activity, PEWAUKEE is starting to notice rain as well. West Alice is still dry now. The State Fair continues but you will notice wet weather coming your way and eventually sliding into southern areas like Greendale and Kodai. As we head into the next 30 minutes into the hour, the biggest threats here tonight are wind as well as lightning. We haven’t really seen a lot of hailstones in our area. But back in central Wisconsin, as well as the western half of the state, they saw some reports of hail. We won’t see much rain. This system moves a little faster. Because of this rapid movement, as long as it slows down, we will likely cover our precipitation totals by a half inch or less for much of southeastern Wisconsin overnight. Those storms, as mentioned, will continue to descend toward the south and east. Right now, this pattern has not played out as expected, but we can still see the chance of a stronger thunderstorm and perhaps even a severe thunderstorm. But it seems unlikely that we will continue to see rain until 2 a.m. and that will continue to shift to the south and east by 3 a.m. Most of us are dry unless you are along the Illinois-Wisconsin border on Saturday. Back to sunshine, making it easier to wash off. Car and running errands. We will continue to stay dry through Sunday, but clouds are increasing as we watch the next storm system arrive late Sunday night into Monday. Here’s a look at your fair predictions for Saturday. We will have plenty of sunshine and it will be less humid than today. But there will still be a touch of humidity there as temperatures reach the 80s, with highs reaching the mid-80s. For your Saturday. And then we’ll be looking at more sunshine as I mentioned, at the end of the week and before rain chances return on Monday before tonight, we still have a watch for severe thunderstorms. So stay alert, especially if that’s you

A severe thunderstorm watch has ended in southeastern Wisconsin

This includes Walworth, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee, Dodge, and Racine counties.

Interactive Radar | Weather observation map room | Traffic Conditions Updated 1 AM Severe Thunderstorm Warning has expired for all counties 10:45 PM A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Walworth County through 11:45 PM 8:45 PM A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Fond du Lac and Dodge County through 9:30 PM A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for southeastern Wisconsin through Saturday 1 AM and includes Walworth, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee, Dodge, and Racine counties. There is a possibility: damaging winds up to 70 mph. Reaches the size of a ping-pong ball. Frequent lightning. Weather Watch 12 meteorologists expect the storms to arrive around 10 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch means conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms in and near the watch area. Be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions. Follow 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, View 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 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 alerts.

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At 1 a.m. a severe thunderstorm warning has expired for all counties

10:45 p.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Walworth County until 11:45 p.m.

8:45 p.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Fond du Lac and Dodge County until 9:30 p.m.


A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for southeastern Wisconsin until Saturday at 1 a.m. This includes Walworth, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee, Dodge and Racine counties.

There is a possibility:

  • Damaging winds gusting up to 70 mph.
  • Hail reaches the size of a ping pong.
  • Frequent lightning.

Weather Watch 12 meteorologists expect the storms to arrive around 10 p.m

A severe thunderstorm watch means that conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms in and near the watch area. Be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions.

Follow our WISN weather team on social media

Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden on Facebook and Twitter

Meteorologist DJ Aswad on Facebook and Twitter

Meteorologist Lindsay Slater on Facebook and Twitter

Meteorologist Molly Bernard on Facebook and Twitter

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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