Severe Thunderstorm Watch & Warnings

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until 7 AM

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 7 AM Sunday for Walworth, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties.
A Flash Flood Warning is also in effect until 2:45 AM for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

Updated: 1:04 AM CDT Jul 24, 2022

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COUNTIES, WE WILL CONTINUE TO SEE THE START TO MOVE INTO OUR AREA OF THE WALL TONIGHT. THAT IS WHY EVERYONE IS UNDER A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH. WE ARE STARTING TO NOTICE THE INGREDIENTS MIXING TOGETHER ALLOWING FOR STRONGER STORMS TO DEVELOP LEADING INTO PORTIONS OF JOHNSON CREEK AND FOND DU LAC. ONCE AGAIN, WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE DIFFERENT THE WARNING, THE CAKE IS NOW BAKED. THAT IS WHY WE ARE SEEING FREQUENT LIGHTNING ACROSS PORTIONS OF FOND DU LAC AND BEAVER DAM. WIDER LOOK HERE YOU ARE JOY IN MILWAUKEE AND EVEN THOUGH WE ARE JOY YOU SHOULD STOMACH REMAIN ALERT. THE STORMS CONTINUE TO SHIFT FURTHER TO THE EAST. THAT WILL BE THE PROGRESSION THROUGHOUT TONIGHT AND JUST ANOTHER CLOSE ZOOM IN ACROSS JOHNSON CREEK, JEFFERSON, OAKLAND, CONCORDE, THESE LOCATIONS ARE WHERE YOU WANT TO START HEADING INDOORS. THE WARNING IS UNTIL 7:45 PM WE HAVE A WILD TO SEE THE STORMS ARRIVE AND BRING HEAVY RAIN AS WELL AS STRONG WINDS. AND MARK SAYS A NEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR PORTIONS OF SHEBOYGAN COUNTY AND PORTIONS OF FOND DU LAC COUNTY. BEFORE I CHECKED THIS CAMERA, THE STORMS OR NOT AS FEISTY. WE ARE STARTING TO SEE MORE RAIN ACROSS SHEBOYGAN AND WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE TO SEE RAIN HERE THROUGH TONIGHT AS THIS MOVES TO THE EAST IN MILWAUKEE, WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SUN? THE STORMS ARE CREEPING IN. WE ARE STILL ON THE DRY SIDE. WE DO WANT TO REMAIN VERY ALERT AS WE HAD THROUGH TONIGHT. WE HAVE THE HEAT, NOW THE HEAT IS STARTING TO TAPER OFF. WE ALSO HAVE THE HUMIDITY, THE DEW POINTS ARE CONTINUED — CONTINUING TO ALLOW FOR THE RAIN TO COME DOWN. DEW POINTS WELL ABOVE THE 60 DEGREE MARC VEASEY THE TEMPERATURES FEELING MAGGIE. THREATS TONIGHT ARE TORNADOES, THE MAIN CONCERN IS DAMAGING WINDS. THERE WILL BE SOME HAIL BUT WITH WARM TO VETERANS THAT WILL BE A BIT DIFFICULT. FLOODING CANNOT BE RULED OUT. OUR TIMELINE IS COMING UP PRETTY NICE HERE. WE ARE STARTING TO SEE THE STORMS FILTER IN THROUGH DODGE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY INTO THE NORTH OR HALF OF WAUKESHA COUNTY AND INTO SHEBOYGAN. THIS WILL CONTINUE TO SHIFT ACROSS MILWAUKEE COUNTY AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE SEVENTH AND 8:00 HOUR. AS WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE SEVEN DAY FORECAST, THERE WILL BE RELIEF. WE WILL HAVE TO MONITOR THE STORMS THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT SO EVEN IF YOU PLAN TO BE OUT LATE TONIGHT, THERE WILL STILL BE SOMEWHAT WHETHER BUT I THINK THE BEST CHECK OF THIS ENERGY WILL BE FROM NOW UNTIL ABOUT 11:00 PM AFTER THAT WE WILL HAVE THUNDERSTORMS TO WORRY ABOUT THAT TOMORROW MORNING, A FEW SPRINKLES AND THEN SUNSHINE.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until 7 AM

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 7 AM Sunday for Walworth, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties.
A Flash Flood Warning is also in effect until 2:45 AM for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

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Updated: 1:04 AM CDT Jul 24, 2022

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 7 AM Sunday for Walworth, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties. A Flash Flood Warning is also in effect until 2:45 AM for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties. There have been reports of over to 2 inches of rain in Theresa, Germantown, Glendale and Menomonee Falls to name a few. More rain and thunderstorms arrive overnight into Sunday morning.By Sunday afternoon returning to dry conditions. Look for updates from the WISN 12 Weather Watch team. This is s developing story.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 7 AM Sunday for Walworth, Waukesha, and Jefferson counties.
A Flash Flood Warning is also in effect until 2:45 AM for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.

There have been reports of over to 2 inches of rain in Theresa, Germantown, Glendale and Menomonee Falls to name a few.

More rain and thunderstorms arrive overnight into Sunday morning.
By Sunday afternoon returning to dry conditions.

Look for updates from the WISN 12 Weather Watch team.

This is s developing story.

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