Another round of severe weather is likely this afternoon and evening.

Your "Weather On The 1s" team will continue to monitor the severe weather threat all day into the evening hours.

Scroll to the bottom of the page for live severe weather updates from your local Spectrum News meteorologists and National Weather Service offices.

What You Need To Know

  • We have an enhanced risk of severe weather for Wisconsin today

  • Damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes are possible

  • There will be heavy rain and a localized flash flood risk

  • Sign up for severe weather push alerts through your Spectrum News app

There is a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for much of southeastern Wisconsin until 10 p.m. this evening. Conditions are favorable for damaging winds, hail and isolatd tornadoes. Please have a plan of action.

The threat for severe weather is climbing for Tuesday. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed much of Wisconsin in an Enhanced Risk (severe level 3 out of 5 or "possible") for severe storms.

Cities such as Milwaukee, Madison, Kenosha, Racine, Wausau, Burlington, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Appleton, Middleton, Oconomowoc, Muskego and every city in between should closely monitor these storms.

All types of severe weather are possible on Tuesday afternoon and evening.

The main threats will be damaging straight-line winds that could exceed 70 mph.

Heavy rain (1-2 inches with some local higher amounts) will increase the risk for localized flash flooding.

In addition, large hail (greater than an inch in diameter) and isolated tornadoes cannot be eliminated from the equation.

Thunderstorms will develop by mid-afternoon to late afternoon over portions of SW Wisconsin.

Thunderstorms will build and progress through the state by late afternoon to early evening. The main window for severe weather will likely be between the hours of 6 p.m. and midnight.

However, some early thunderstorm development is possible for portions of northwestern Wisconsin.

The risk for severe weather will slowly diminish after midnight as storms slide over the Lake Michigan.

Stay alert and weather aware. Your "Weather On The 1s" team will continue to bring you the latest storm updates on-air and online.

You can now get severe weather push alerts through your Spectrum News app. These alerts allow you to get advanced notice of various weather conditions in and around your location.

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