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 Dane and Jefferson Counties:

If you live in northeast Dane and northern Jefferson counties including Sun Prairie...Deerfield...Waterloo...Lake Mills...Watertown or Ixonia...the stronger storms passed through between 640 am and 715 am.

  Dodge and Washington Counties:

Two rounds of thunderstorms affected these counties. The first moved through far southern Dodge County between 7 am and 715 am including the communities of Richwood and Lebanon. The second band crossed central Dodge into central Washington County between 7 am and 730 am affecting Beaver Dam...Juneau...Iron Ridge...Allenton...West Bend and Jackson.

Waukesha and Milwaukee Counties:

A couple of thunderstorm clusters moved through northern and central Waukesha County and central Milwaukee County between 730 am and 9 am. Oconomowoc...Merton...Waukesha...Brookfield...Wauwatosa...Greenfield...Shorewood...West Allis...St. Francis and downtown Milwaukee were just some of the locations affected by the storms. 

Marquette...Green Lake and Fond Du Lac Counties:

While earlier thunderstorms produced small hail...the storms most likely to have produced large hail moved across these counties between 9 am and 930 am. Some locations affected included Markesan...Marquette...Kingston...Manchester and Alto.

If you had large hail fall at your location and either measured it directly, or estimated the size (dime, nickel, quarter, half dollar, etc) send in your report to our webmaster at:

                              w-mkx.webmaster@noaa.gov

We would like to know the following in your report:

Hail size (measured or estimated diameter of the hail stone). Referring to a coin size is most helpful.

Your location (distance from a town or the nearby street intersection).

The time the hail fell.

The National Weather Service thanks you for taking the time to send us this information.



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