Strong low pressure will move to northeast Iowa by early this evening, with a warm front extending east from the low just south of the Wisconsin and Illinois border. This entire system will track east northeast through far southern Wisconsin through the evening, pulling warm and moist air into far southern Wisconsin. Strong winds aloft, along with unstable conditions, will combine with the warm and moist airmass to produce thunderstorms this evening. Some of the storms may become severe. Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible in this area. Stay tuned for later updates.
There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms extends along and south of a line from Belmont, to Watertown, to Port Washington.
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