First Alert Weather Day: Severe storms possible Tuesday evening

There is a possibility for severe storms to develop ahead of a cold front Tuesday.
First Alert Weather
Published: Jul. 18, 2022 at 8:43 PM CDT|Updated: Jul. 19, 2022 at 5:51 PM CDT
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - A First Alert Weather Day has been declared as Tuesday evening features threats for strong to severe storms in Northern and parts of Central Wisconsin. The cold front will try to develop thunderstorms after the dinnertime hours. However, the chance for severe storms Tuesday evening could be a boom or bust. The ingredients are there to withhold severe storms, with plenty of instability in the area. However, the cold front may not spark any storms in the area. If storms form, they can become severe quickly on Tuesday afternoon/evening.

Strong to severe storms are possible on Tuesday
Strong to severe storms are possible on Tuesday(WSAW)
Mugginess lingers around for Tuesday afternoon
Mugginess lingers around for Tuesday afternoon(WSAW)
A line of strong to severe storms could develop Tuesday evening
A line of strong to severe storms could develop Tuesday evening(WSAW)
Areas north of HWY 29 have the greatest chance to see severe storms
Areas north of HWY 29 have the greatest chance to see severe storms(WSAW)
Damaging winds and large hail possible if severe storms develop Tuesday evening
Damaging winds and large hail possible if severe storms develop Tuesday evening(WSAW)

Main threats will be damaging winds and large hail. Secondary threats include heavy downpours. Stay weather aware this evening in the event severe storms develop.

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