First Alert Weather Day: Risk of severe storms early Tuesday morning
Strong to severe storms have the potential to produce damaging winds and large hail
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - A First Alert Weather Day has been declared for tonight into early Tuesday morning for the potential of strong to severe storms, especially in Central Wisconsin. The potential exists for severe storms to produce wind gusts up to 60 mph, hail 1″ or larger in size, and torrential downpours.
A cold front will be dropping southeast through North Central Wisconsin early Tuesday morning. As this front moves across the area, storms are expected to impact locations from roughly Highway 29 on south. Since these storms will be affecting the area during the nighttime hours, is important to stay weather aware of the potential of any watches or warnings that may be issued in the area. Be sure to stay updated with the Newschannel 7 First Alert Weather App and a NOAA Weather Radio.
In addition, be sure to check back for updates as the timing of the storms and locations that could be impacted could change as new weather data becomes available.
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