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Severe weather threat increasing Tuesday evening and overnight

MADISON (WKOW) – Southern Wisconsin is at a slight, level 2 risk for severe weather late Tuesday.

High pressure is losing its grip across the Midwest and an area of low pressure associated with our next storm system moves in from the Plains tonight.

Temps stay mild only getting to the low 60s with an isolated shower or t-shower possible after midnight west of Madison.

Tuesday will be partly sunny and warmer with temperatures in the upper 70s. A warm front will spark up a few showers and t-showers in the morning.

The afternoon will be mainly dry with storm chances increasing after 7 pm. Storms will develop NW and weaken as they move SE later at night. The main threats are damaging winds and hail.

A lingering isolated shower or storm is also possible on Wednesday, but the majority of the day will be dry and warm with temps in the low 80s.

The rest of the week will be dry with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and temps in the mid to upper 70s.

A few showers return this weekend, click here for your full 27 Storm Track forecast.


Marisa Nuzzo

Intern, WKOW Weather

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