Severe storm risk increasing to end the work week

MADISON (WKOW) - Another hot and humid day fueling the possibly of severe storms late-day, tonight and Friday.


Our heat dome will begin to break down later today. As it does so, a cold front approaches increasing our storm threat to end the week, some of which could be severe.


Partly sunny, hot and humid with temps in the upper 80s and heat index values in the low to mid 90s.

While there is a stray shower threat this morning in central Wisconsin, isolated storms will begin to pop-up farther south by mid-afternoon.

There is a chance a couple storms could have some high wind gusts, heavy downpours and some hail embedded in them.


Storms will fill-in, especially farther north and a "slight" level 2 risk for severe weather remains with the same threats to earlier in the day.

Conditions stay warm and muggy under increasing clouds with temps in the low 70s.


Partly sunny, warm and humid with temps in the low to mid 80s. Scattered showers and storms will re-develop, especially in the afternoon and evening.

There is a higher risk for severe weather, an "enhanced" level 3 threat for Madison and areas south. High winds, heavy downpours and hail are still the concerns.

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