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Strong south winds will continue to gust close to 40 mph tonight as a cold front moves in from the northwest.
A tornado watch has been issued for Iowa and Minnesota this afternoon and evening. That area has the best instability! We don't anticipate any watches for our area.
There will be a narrow window for some showers and even some thunderstorms to move across southeastern Wisconsin between 9 pm and 1 am.
While we don't expect severe weather, winds aloft remain very strong. Heavy rain could mix some of those gusts down to the surface close to 50 mph. The greatest severe threat today and tonight is across western Wisconsin.
The front will clear the area overnight and we will expect plenty of sunshine for Thursday. Winds will remain westerly tomorrow with gusts over 35 mph and temperatures in the lower 50s.