Eyes on the sky, radar for Weather Day Wednesday

NOW: Eyes on the sky, radar for Weather Day Wednesday

Update as of 8:30 am Wednesday...

The Storm Prediction Center has taken the western part of the viewing area out of the "slight" risk category.  But there still could be some stronger storms today containing hail and gusty winds, especially into the evening. The showers continue tomorrow but should stop in time for the holiday weekend.


Milwaukee (CBS 58)--It's a huge day for us at Miller Park for the annual "Weather Day."  CBS 58 proudly partners with the Brewers each year.  Some ten thousand kids are expected before the Brewers game at 12:40 this afternoon against the Cards.  They'll be enthralled with special science experiments and cool videos and of course the entire CBS 58 Ready Team.  Meantime, there's weather to talk about today. 

There's a marginal risk of severe weather today, especially into the evening.  This risk is a bit greater for extreme western Jefferson and Walworth Counties.  This general area has a slight risk of severe storms.  The biggest threats look to be heavy rain, frequent lightning, and larger hail. 

There looks to be two rounds of storms, one in the morning into the afternoon.  The other push is after dinner as a warm front lifts north of us.  Expect the storms to linger into the overnight.  Look for showers to take over on your Thursday.  It then dries out in time for most of the holiday weekend.  Easter could see a few showers but not enough to ruin your day.

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